The Viziv Future Concept features a more pared-back look than last year's Viziv 2 Concept but keeps that car's large, rounded fog lights and aggressive front bumper.
Subaru says it has linked radar sensors and GPS mapping to its camera-based Eyesight system, effectively giving the concept 360-degree crash avoidance capability. The Viziv is said to be capable of autonomous driving on the motorway and autonomous parking.
The Viziv's AWD hybrid powertrain has the same 1.6-litre diesel engine as the Levorg, working in conjunction with an electric motor located at the rear. In the Viziv Concept 2, a single electric motor was used to power the front wheels alongside the engine, while dual motors supplied torque to the rear wheels.
The four-seat cabin, which is accessed via a rear-hinged door arrangement, features a digital instrument cluster and central infotainment screen. A camera system is also used to monitor the driver's alertness.