The carmaker is holding its cards close to the chest, with details on either car still to be revealed.
While the XV Crosstrek Hybrid represents a coming production model for the US market, fans will be looking to the performance concept for a preview of the next WRX sports car.
Subaru has shown a number of hybrid concepts in the past, but the XV hybrid will be its first production offering of the type.
This year's Geneva Motor Show saw Subaru unveil the high-riding Viziv concept, matching a diesel engine with a set of electric motors to create a new "independent rear motor-driven All-Wheel-Drive" system.
The carmaker has confirmed it will introduce the new system with future production models, although the coming XV Hybrid will utilise an unrelated system featuring the carmaker's existing Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive technology.
Speaking with TMR today, Subaru Australia's David Rowley confirmed the XV Hybrid is a left-hand-drive product developed specifically for the US market.
There are currently no plans for an Australian launch.
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As for the coming performance concept, we could be in for a first official glimpse of the next-generation WRX and WRX STI offerings.
The new sports models are expected to share their platform with the new Impreza range, and recent spy photos have revealed an Impreza-bodied mule with the customary bonnet intake and quad-exhaust system at the rear.
A turbocharged version of the FA 2.0 litre boxer engine found in the BRZ/Toyota 86 twins is expected, but with a Subaru-specific direct injection system (unlike BRZ/86’s Toyota system).
For now, we watch and wait.
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