Subaru has been without a three-row SUV since it pulled the plug on the Tribeca in 2014.
If you're wondering about the SUV's size, it's a tad shorter, narrower, and lower than the Viziv-7, measuring 198.8 inches long, 78.3 inches wide, and 72.4 inches tall.
Stay tuned for more details on the production 2019 Subaru Ascent.
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Dimensionally, the Ascent concept is smaller than the massive Viziv-7. With the debut of the concept comes the confirmation of "Ascent" as the name of Subaru's upcoming 3-row SUV. Look beyond the vehicle show glitz, however, and you find the core styling of the new Subaru Ascent, which will be headed to dealerships in 2018. Some of these features will likely make it to the final auto. First, they treated the Impreza and Legacy models to significant changes with a new Crosstrek following shortly after, and now they've debuted their first three-row SUV for the American market, aptly named the Ascent.
Subaru has said the Ascent's engine is "all new" and has direct injection and turbocharging, making it likely to be a higher-displacement derivative of the 2.0-litre BRZ engine, perhaps expanded to 2.4-litres or 2.5-litres. This platform will eventually underpin almost every Subaru model, which is why it was created to be flexible enough to work with both a compact vehicle and the Ascent, which will be Subaru's largest production model. Other important controls can also be found on the steering wheel for easy access. Production will commence in 2018 at Subaru's production facility in Lafayette, Indiana, USA and will only be sold in the United States.