2011 Frankfurt Auto ShowJust the Facts:
- The final production version of the new Subaru XV crossover will be unveiled at the Frankfurt auto show.
- A near-production-ready version of the new BRZ sports coupe also will be presented in Frankfurt.
- The BRZ will feature an all-new 2.0-liter direct-injection four-cylinder boxer engine.
FRANKFURT, Germany — The final production version of the new Subaru XV crossover will be unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, along with a near-production-ready version of the new BRZ sport coupe, called BRZ Prologue.
The XV gets all-wheel drive and Subaru's new dynamic chassis control. The automaker said the production XV will measure 175.2 inches long, 70.1 inches wide and 61.8 inches tall, on a wheelbase of 103.7 inches
The rear-drive BRZ coupe — better known colloquially as the "Toyobaru" because it shares underpinnings with the Toyota FT-86 — is expected to be displayed in final production trim in December at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Show, with production slated to begin next spring.
The BRZ will feature Subaru's new 2.0-liter direct-injection four-cylinder boxer engine.
The coupe measures 165.4 inches long, 69.7 inches wide and 50.0 inches tall, on a wheelbase of 101.2 inches.
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