The days are counting down to the much-awaited 2023 Japan Mobility Show, which will be held starting October 25, and more manufacturers are excited to reveal what they have in store for showgoers.
Subaru‘s booth will be focusing on its EyeSight technology as it aims to evolve its tech toward a goal of zero fatal traffic accidents by 2030 (much like Honda), but that doesn’t mean it completely forgot about making the crowd excited.
Like all the other manufacturers, it will be revealing a concept car by the name of Sport Mobility Concept. This battery-electric vehicle says it “evokes the evolution of Subaru Sport values,” so you can expect this coupe to have touches of the WRX, past STIs, and the BRZ.
It will also be displaying several other production vehicles such as two Levorg Layback Limited EXs (one will be fitted with accessories), the Solterra ET-HS, a special-edition Forester, and the Crosstrek Limited.
The brand will even show off a replica of the GT300-class BRZ race car and the ST-Q-class BRZ CNF at the show’s Motorsports section. If you want to know more about the automaker’s display for the show, you can check out its special website.