Subaru introduced the VIZIV-7 SUV Concept, its largest SUV yet that is intended to grow the automaker’s vehicle sales 30% by 2020.
The VIZIV-7, a three-row SUV that can hold 7 passengers, is the latest iteration of the concept vehicle that Subaru will put into production, Subaru executives announced at a Nov. 17 press conference.
Subaru is hoping to sell 800,000 vehicles in 2020. The automaker has projected that it will sell over 600,000 units in 2016.
The concept SUV has a wheelbase of 117.7 inches, and a body size (overall length x width x height) of 204.7 x 79.9 x 72 inches, according to the automaker.
The vehicle will be introduced to the North American market in early 2018.