Subaru VIZIV-7 SUV Concept Unveiling At 2017 Canadian International AutoShow – Video
Measuring 204.7 inches long and sitting on a 117.7-inch wheelbase, the Viziv-7 is some 15 inches longer than Subaru’s Outback, and its wheelbase is more than nine inches greater. The Viziv-7 also is larger than most mainstream three-row, mid-size crossover SUVs. While the Buick Enclave, the Chevrolet Traverse, the Dodge Durango, and the Ford Flex ride on longer wheelbases, the Subaru’s overall length is greater than all four. Additionally, the Viziv-7’s 79.9-inch width and 72.0-inch height (73.2 inches including the roof rails) are tops among today’s segment offerings. Needless to say, if the Viziv-7’s dimensions carry over to the production vehicle, Subaru’s new SUV promises to dwarf the other models in the lineup as it attempts to move far beyond the cramped Tribeca.
Big and boxy, the Viziv-7 sports a bold grille and massive fog lights, while its headlight design and window profile echo those of the smaller Outback. If past Subaru concepts are any guide, the production vehicle can be expected to wear much tamer bodywork than the Viziv-7.