Back in Geneva, Subaru introduced the Viziv Concept, a project that Subaru said was telling of the future design language of the company. Today, we see a bit more of those stylings with Subaru's launch of the WRX Concept, which has been completely redesigned from the ground up. The WRX was already the brands high-performance sport model, but now it's got the lines that would make it an attractive everyday driver, as well. 

Rather than the upright sedan look of the previous WRXes, this new study has a lower, leaner, more spread out stance. No details have been released on the power source or the date when we could finally see this in production. 

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[via Subaru]