Subaru has revealed the first image of its next-gen Impreza ahead the New York motor show
6 April 2011

Subaru has issued the first picture of its next-generation Subaru Impreza, ahead of the car’s debut at the New York motor show later this month.

The single image shows a profile of the four-door version of the car, although Subaru admits that a five-door hatchback will also be present at the American event.

From this pic, it appears that the production Impreza will represent a modest evolution from the current car’s styling. Subaru appears to have toned down the sharp edges that featured on the striking Impreza Concept shown at last year’s Los Angeles show.

See the official pic of the Subaru Impreza plus concept pics from LA

Subaru has yet to announce any specifications or performance details - although it claims the car will offer more cabin space, and that it will offer “the highest fuel economy of any all-wheel-drive car in the US”.

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