It seems that every couple of weeks a rumor arises about the return of some cool car from the past. The latest model to be speculated upon is the Subaru SVX, which according to a report from Motoring.com.au could be revived within the next couple of years. An unnamed source at Subaru has told the site that the manufacturer is working on a new version of the ’90s grand tourer, which will be a high-powered coupe with a hybrid flat-six engine that could compete with the Tesla Model S.
If the source is to believed, the car will make around 375 horsepower, will be built at Subaru’s Indiana factory in the USA and will sit at the top of the brand’s lineup. Styling is said to take on the form of a ‘shooting brake’, with a lot of its inspiration borrowed from the VIZIV2 Concept shown earlier in the year.
Bold styling was the key attribute of the 1990s SVX, so here’s hoping this theoretical successor could bring back the some of that same uniqueness. What would you like to see from a reborn SVX?