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Christopher Bruce2012-09-25 16:53:53

Next Generation Subaru Forester Revealed in Japanese Brochure

 
 
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The new Forester looks sleeker and less blunt than the old one

SubaruSubaruSubaruJapan, 1953 > present34 models
1182 photos
6 videos
is perhaps the most quietly busy auto company in the world. In 2011, it released new versions of the LegacyLegacy Gen.5Subaru Legacy Gen.5Japan, 2010 > 201454 versions
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and OutbackOutback Gen.4Subaru Outback Gen.4Japan, 2009 > 201437 versions
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. A new generation ImprezaImprezaSubaru ImprezaJapan, 1992 > 20075 series
269 versions
272 photos
4 videos
, the XV CrosstrekXV Gen.1Subaru XV Gen.1Japan, 2011 > present29 versions
92 photos
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and BRZBRZ Gen.1Subaru BRZ Gen.1Japan, 2011 > present12 versions
30 photos
in 2012, and its first new vehicle for next year has leaked out of Japan - a new generation ForesterForesterSubaru ForesterJapan, 1997 > present4 series
59 versions
62 photos

The style of the car appears less blunt than its predecessor. The headlights climb farther up the fenders, and there appears to be slightly more curvature to the roof. 

The images come from the car's Japanese brochure. They also indicate that the car has grown slightly. It is 35mm longer overall, 25mm longer in wheelbase and 15mm wider. Cargo space grows to 488l from 450l in the current generation. 

The Japanese brochure says that the car will be available with the 2.0-liter boxer engine with 146hp from the new Impreza or a 276hp turbocharged version of the same engine. Subaru has a tendency to offer different engines in different regions, though. Europe will probably get a diesel option, and North America might get the 2.5-liter 173hp version from the Legacy/Outback. 

We also expect a new generation WRX to debut at some point in 2013. 

Source: Autoblog

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