Subaru B9 Scrambler

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Subaru B9 Scrambler

Subaru B9 Scrambler is an automobile from Subaru. It's a classic, open sports car. It's a 4.2 metres (165.4 in) long two seater powered by a 140 hp (104 kW) hybrid engine. The design is done by Andreas Zapatinas.

The engine is a 2.0 litre flat-4 cylinder hybrid. The ride height can be adjusted through a self-leveling air suspension.

This concept car was first shown in 2003 at the Tokyo Motor Show. It was designed with influence from Subaru's aircraft heritage, with the front end appearing to look like the cross section of an airliner, with a central jet intake and wings. The lower panels of the B9 are dent resistant.