The 46th Tokyo Auto Salon 2018 has started happening today and it will be a 3-day event. Japanese automakers have brought up some of the world’s most wild concepts to Tokyo Auto Salon. So this year is also going to be an eye catcher for auto enthusiasts. And the first concept vehicle to grasp the spotlight is the Subaru  Viziv Performance STI Concept.

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There isn’t a lot information on hand concerning the Viziv Performance STI Concept however considering it is a Subaru, you can imagine it to be an all-wheel-drive car. As per to the Japanese car manufacturer, Viziv Performance STI Concept,

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“embodies the brand’s vision for the future of making cars that deliver enjoyment and peace of mind to its customers. Based on the Subaru Viziv Performance Concept exhibited at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017, STI showcases its expertise on enhancing driving performance by developing exclusive exterior parts. The front bumper, side sill spoiler and trunk spoiler evoke STI model’s superior aerodynamic performance.”

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Subaru further added,

“In expectation of extensive future deployment of automated driving technologies, sophisticated driver assist functions combining the next-generation eyesight system with other devices have been installed in a sedan body encouraging active enjoyment of driving, to express Subaru’s distinctive worldview of driving with enjoyment and peace of mind.”

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There are already rumours that the Viziv Performance STI Concept is going to be the direction Subaru wants to take for the next evolution of its WRX STI.

Here are the photos of Subaru Viziv Performance Concept exhibited at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017.Autodeals.Pk will be bringing more news and concept reveals from the ongoing Tokyo Auto Saloon.