Subaru has revealed the refined and improved 2017 Impreza sedan and hatchback models ahead of their global debut at the New York International Auto Show. The sedan now features the new Global Platform architecture that contributes to enhanced levels of driving pleasure, agility, safety and overall comfort.

Also, as previous generations, the latest Impreza vehicles are equipped with Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive as a standard feature, along with tons of additional drivetrain improvements. So, what else do the sweeties offer?

Distinctive exterior design and futuristic appearance

Subaru's new design approach includes brand's signature hexagon grille, sharper headlights and more sculptural body, athletic stance and smooth lines.

Furthermore, Impreza's new platform adopts the aid of high-strength steel and lightweight components that altogether improve the overall stability, control, reduce the vibrations and contribute to even more rewarding driving experience.

And as we talk about vehicle's architecture, we should mention the lower center of gravity, revised suspension and the addition of the Subaru Global Platform.

Safety and utility features

Subaru brand designed the 2017 Impreza to provide the highest possible levels of safety and achieved it by including the EyeSight collision avoidance technology as a standard feature. This system acts as a second pair for eyes for drivers by employing stereo color camera technology to monitor the road and traffic ahead and prevent collisions.

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Another great addition is the Steering Responsive Healights that can illuminate curves as the vehicle steers into them, while the Reverse Automatic Braking further reduces the chances of accidents and severe injuries.

Further details will be revealed soon, so stick with us!

Source: Subaru