Sunday, September 27, 2009

Subaru Exiga an MPV Car

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The Subaru Exiga is a new large MPV that debuted as a concept car during the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. The vehicle boasts a supersize panoramic glass roof and theater-style seating, with rear passengers sitting a little higher than those in front. Seats are upholstered in leather and trimmed in pearl white and blue. The rear seatbacks incorporate fold-down tray tables, similar to those on airplanes. The instrument panel offers displays from eight monitors, providing excellent visibility around the vehicle, and also houses a clear blue multi-display zone. There is indirect lighting in the side doors and ceiling, providing soft ambient light at night.

The Exiga can seat seven passengers, utilizing a gradual elevation of the seats, placing the first and second rows slightly lower than the third row. An optional, fixed position, panoramic glass roof covers the first and second rows of seats. Large rear door openings open to almost 90 degrees for easy access to the third row. The rear suspension uses double-wishbone architecture to make room for the third row and a wide luggage compartment when the second and third row seats are folded down. The second row seats can be individually slid back and forth 180 mm (7.1 in) as needed, with a one touch folding mechanism to allow access to the third row.

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