Subaru SRD-1

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search


The Subaru SRD-1 (Subaru Research and Design) was a luxury sports wagon concept car that was never put into production. According to the double-sided color placard, the SRD-1 was "an innovative dream wagon concept for the '90s and beyond". The same placard stated that Subaru developed the car because the company "has long been recognized as having the most popular line of import station wagons in the US" and that "to strengthen this leadership position, Subaru Research & Design developed the SRD-1, a family station wagon concept car, with characteristic attention to the future needs of the mature wagon users in the latter half of [the] 1990s".

It was supplied with a 3.3-liter DOHC 24-valve horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine and full-time 4-wheel drive with electronically controlled center differential.

The styling was described as having "a very short nose and long passenger compartment designed to provide plenty of room for people and cargo".

  • Overall Length= 177.6 in (4,511 mm)
  • Overall Width= 78.2 in (1,986 mm)
  • Overall Height 51.6 in (1,311 mm)
  • Wheelbase= 114.4 in (2,906 mm)
  • Curb Weight= 3,300 lb (1,500 kg)

External links[edit]