Three Coolest Subaru Concept Cars

From updated classics to new high-tech models, Subaru’s concept cars are a testament to the brand’s innovation.
Written by Macy Fouse
Reviewed by Jessica Barrett
Subaru is constantly working to improve and innovate its lineup, as evidenced by its list of future vehicles and concept cars—from the 2023 Outback to the all-electric Solterra. 
Concept cars are essentially the auto industry’s vision board where car designers can dream big—including new features, upgraded appearances, and state-of-the-art specs. This guide will walk you through
current concept cars.
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2023 Subaru Outback 

Starting the list strong is the new-and-improved
, the brand’s most popular model. Subaru has refreshed the sporty wagon’s appearance to be even more modern and rugged. The 2023 Outback receives a facelift with a more prominent grille, redesigned headlights, and a more muscly front bumper cover.
Subaru has also made this one the safest model yet with enhanced driver-assistance features via EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. The driver benefits from a wider view, an
electric brake booster
, automatic emergency steering, and blind-spot detection among other updated safety software. 
What would an adventure mobile be without some upgraded fun and comfort? The Outback Onyx Edition for 2023 adds edgy exterior accents and StarTex water-resistant upholstery—not to mention the choice between the 260-horsepower direct-injection turbocharged Subaru BOXER engine or a naturally-aspirated direct-injection Subaru BOXER engine providing 182 horsepower
The 2.5-liter tank will give you an estimated 33 mpg, allowing you to drive over 600 miles on a single tank of gas. 
Subaru also introduces to their lineup new what3words (W3W) technology: an innovative feature allowing users to share precise locations—like obscured trailheads or secret adventure spots—using just three words. 

2022 Subaru WRX

Enthusiasts everywhere rejoiced when Subaru confirmed the high-performance
would live another year with the 2022 model. The new WRX showcases an even more powerful engine—a 2.4-liter direct-injection turbocharged flat-four BOXER with 271-hp—and smoother handling to boot. 
The new engine also adds a twin-scroll turbocharger with an electronic wastegate, giving an immediate boost response and 258 pound-feet of torque. At its fastest, the WRX can go from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 4.7 seconds
The exterior also gets a resculpted upgrade featuring sharp, athletic lines and flared fenders, nodding to the WRX’s past as a rally car. The 2022 model keeps the honeycomb grille but fine-tunes the slashing LED headlights to bring precision to the forefront. 
The WRX isn’t just for tearing up the roads—with Drive Mode Select and electronically adjustable dampers, you can simply press a button to optimize your drive for touring. And if you do prefer to zip around on the highway, Recaro®'s performance front seats will keep you safe and secure. 
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2023 Subaru Solterra

Subaru debuts its first all-electric vehicle with the brand-new 2023 Solterra. Built on the e-Subaru Global Platform—the brand’s first-ever all-electric architecture co-developed with
—the Solterra is a compact SUV with all-wheel drive. This EV will be Subaru’s most technologically-advanced vehicle yet. 
Not only can you drive over 220 miles on a single charge, but the Solterra comes with a charger fit for any 120V outlet for Level 1 charging—or you can add a 240V Level 2 charger. 
Subaru loaded the Solterra with modern technology and advanced active safety features, like a 360-degree camera system and a smartphone app that controls the HVAC system and door locks. 

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The 2023 Outback has a starting price of about $28,000, the 2022 WRX will cost you about $29,105, and the electric Solterra will cost around $45,000.
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