SUBARU TO DEBUT “SUBARU VIZIV TOURER CONCEPT” AT 2018 GENEVA INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SHOW
Feb 14, 2018
Tokyo, February 14, 2018 – Subaru Corporation today announced that “SUBARU VIZIV* TOURER CONCEPT” will make its world debut at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show to be held in Switzerland (Press day: March 6 - 7 / Open to the public: March 8 - 18, 2018).
The SUBARU VIZIV TOURER CONCEPT will be unveiled at the press briefing scheduled for 11:15 AM (Central European Time) on March 6 at the Subaru booth.
More information regarding Subaru’s presence at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show will be released in the coming weeks.
*: VIZIV is a coined word originating from the phrase “Vision for Innovation.”
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