The Cross Sport Design Concept rides on the rear-wheel-drive platform used for the BRZ coupe. Think of it as a BRZ wagon, offering the nimbleness of the sporty BRZ with the roominess and practicality of a wagon. It's a few inches bigger in every dimension than the BRZ and has a 2.0-liter flat-four engine and a continuously variable transmission. Subaru is mum on production plans.
One last look at some key models introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show
The IDx Nismo is what you get when you enlist 100 teenagers from around the world to help design a rear-wheel-drive sports car geared for young people. The IDx Nismo coupe evokes racing simulation games and was one of two IDx models Nissan showed in Tokyo. Nissan hopes to bring an IDx-inspired car to market in three to four years.
Compiled by Lindsay Chappell, Hans Greimel, David Phillips, Mark Rechtin and Mark Vaughn
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