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TMR Team | Mar, 05 2013 | 2 Comments

Subaru has offered a revealing new look at its new "future generation crossover" concept, ahead of its official Geneva unveiling later tonight.

Dubbed Viziv - "Vision for Innovation" - early speculation suggested the concept could preview a new SUV to replace the unloved Tribeca, rumoured to share its platform with the next Toyota Kluger.

This latest image however reveals a smaller form that could instead preview a next-generation replacement for the still-fresh XV crossover, which is based on the regular Impreza hatch.

For its part, Subaru has revealed little about the new concept, although it is likely that elements of its styling will filter down to future production models.

Shown here in three-door form, the concept's design is perhaps an evolution of the Hybrid Tourer Concept revealed in 2009, followed later in 2011 by the similar Advanced Tourer Concept.

Subaru will also show its automatic-equipped Outback Diesel in Geneva, matching the familiar boxer diesel engine with the company's Lineatronic CVT transmission.

The company is also set to stage a media launch for the auto Outback Diesel in Australia later this month.

“Diesel manual Outback now represents around 20 percent of the model’s sales, so we’re anticipating significant demand for the auto," said Subaru Australia Managing Director, Nick Senior.

“Our best advice is for customers to see their dealer as soon as possible, because if our experience with the manual is anything to go by, we’ll end up with a very strong order bank for this car."

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