2024 Subaru Impreza USA Release Date

2024 Subaru Impreza

After Subaru published a cryptic teaser showing the silhouette of the 2024 Subaru Impreza, the automaker returned with a more revealing shot.

Subaru added that the brand-new small hatchback would make its public premiere on November 17 as a part of the Los Angeles auto show in 2022.

2024 Subaru Impreza

2024 Subaru Impreza

Subaru’s teaser shows a closeup of Impreza’s 2024 nose. Connected triangles create a grid design. The opening line has a sharper shape than the current model.

According to the most recent teaser, which shows a portion of the front bumper, the next-generation Impreza will be a more road-focused version of the recently redesigned Subaru Crosstrek.

The headlights look identical to those in the Crosstrek, but the Impreza has a different grille and less plastic lining on the bumper. We also expect a lower ride altitude than the crossover for a more traditional hatchback look.

The silhouette appears from the current generation, yet the photograph doesn’t tell much.

A technological update looks pretty likely. For instance, the most recent Subaru Crosstrek is equipped with an 11.6-inch infotainment screen angled in portrait and has physical knobs and buttons for some features.

2024 Subaru Impreza Engine

The powertrain changes for the 2024 Impreza are still a mystery. It currently has a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre four-cylinder boxer engine that produces 152 horsepower (113 kilowatts) and 145 pound-feet (196 Newton-meters) torque.

A five-speed manual gearbox and CVT are the transmissions available. All-wheel drive is a standard feature.

2024 Subaru Impreza Release Date

The 2024 Subaru Impreza launch of the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday, November 17, will be broadcast live.

The event will be hosted by professional skateboarder and rally-cross racer Bucky Lasek and his daughter Paris Lasek.

In October 2022, Subaru delivered 25,490 Impreza units this year – a 3.2 percent year-over-year decline. In 2021, the brand sold 34,791 units, down 20.3 percent from 43,628 units in 2020.

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