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Subaru SVX 1992 - 1997Subaru SVX 1992 - 1997Subaru SVX 1992 - 1997Subaru SVX 1992 - 1997
The Subaru SVX is a GT class coupe car. Beautiful SVX lines and unique double side "glass in glass" were created by designer Giugiaro. This idea was first introduced in the concept car, but later this idea, like some others, was put into series production, so buyers in the SVX car could really feel like a concept car. The car has a 3.3-liter boxer-type horizontal 6-cylinder engine with 230 hp (172 kW) / 5400 rpm and 309 Nm / 4400 rpm of torque. Acceleration from 0-100 km / h in 7.3 seconds. This engine was the largest Subaru passenger car engine ever built until the 2008 Subaru Tribeca delivery with a 3.6 L boxer engine. The SVX with all-wheel drive (4WS) was produced in Japan. Still, the car was not commercially successful. Some typical SVX problems are transmission failures in early models and wheel bearing failures.
The original double side windows are influenced by similar glasses used in airplanes. Similar glass is found in exotic cars such as the Lamborghini Countach, De Lorean DMC-12 or McLaren F1.
 
The Subaru SVX 3.3-liter engine was the largest Subaru passenger car engine ever built until the 2008 introduction of the Subaru Tribeca with a 3.6 L boxer engine.
 
The Subaru SVX was not a commercially successful car - the company lost $ 3,000 from every SVX sold, a total of $ 75 million.
 
In 1991, the Subaru SVX won the Alcan Winter Rally in Seattle, USA, continued all the way to the Arctic Circle and finished again in Seattle.
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Specifications: 3
BODYWORK 3.3 24V (250 Hp)
Body type Coupe
Number of doors 2
Number of seats 4
Luggage capacity, litres n/d
ENGINE
Fuel type Petrol
Fuel system Multi-point injection
Engine type Boxer
Position of engine Front, lengthwise
Engine capacity, cc 3318
Cylinders/valves 6/24
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 250/186/6400
Torque, Nm/rpm 294/4800
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 7.6
Top speed 225 km/h (140 mph)
TRANSMISSION
Drive wheels All
Steering type Hydraulic
Gearbox Automatic
4 gears
DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT
Length, mm 4625
Width, mm 1777
Height, mm 1300
Weight/Max Weight, kg 1625
Wheelbase, mm 2610
CHASSIS
Front suspension Helical spring
Rear suspension Helical spring
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Front tires 225/50 R16
Rear tires 225/50 R16
FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban 16 l/100km (18 mpg)
Extra urban 9 l/100km (31 mpg)
Combined n/d
CO2 emissions, g/km n/d
Fuel tank capacity, litres 70
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