Subaru Boxer Sports Car Architecture
For a long time, we've been working with two earfuls of the Toyota FT-86 and hardly a peep about the Subaru version of the shared sports platform. The FT-86 has been around for more than a year and a half--three different versions, in fact--while all we've seen from Subaru is a very conceptual skeleton of a car with engine and accompanying hardware. But, according to Inside Line, that's all about to change. Subaru will look to launch a full car at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show in December, the same venue where Toyota plans to launch the production version of the FT-86. As the report goes, Subaru...
Subaru Boxer RWD Sports Car Preview: 2011 Geneva Motor Show
The Toyota FT-86 II is soaking up yet more autoshow limelight, despite having been little more than a circuit regular for over a year now. Subaru's version of the rear-drive platform looks at least as promising, and about half as ... awkward. Sporting a 2.0-liter naturally-aspirated boxer engine...Nelson Ireson
2011 Subaru Boxer Sports Concept Live Photos: 2011 Geneva Motor Show
Subaru's Boxer Sports Concept is, in fact, rear-wheel drive, despite Web rumors to the contrary yesterday. Of course, anyone looking for front drive axles would have noticed there were none. Now you can pore over the inner workings of Subaru's rear-drive sports architecture as if you were there...Nelson Ireson