The 1996 Subaru SVX is available in two sports coupe models: the base model L and the high-end LSi. Both models have a fixed all-wheel drive. The LSi gets additional features like leather upholstery, variable-assist power steering, CD player, a power sunroof, remote entry system, a split folding rear seatback, and an anti-theft alarm.
The 1996 Subaru SVX has a sleek exterior, which has remained almost unchanged since it was introduced in 1992. It uses a rather unique glass-to-glass canopy and two-piece power side windows. This sort of design is generally seen only in exotic cars like the Lamborghini Countach and the DeLorean DMC-12. The design allows it to achieve a drag coefficient of 0.29.
The 1996 Subaru SVX is a two-door grand tourer and was introduced in the Japanese market as the Alcyone SVX in 1989 as a concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show. It was well received for its sleek body and innovative roof and window panels. The positive reception of the SVX concept prompted Subaru to create a production car that adhered to the same innovative design. The Alcyone SVX would be introduced in September 1991 in Japan, while the car was launched in America as the Subaru SVX in July of the same year.
The 1996 Subaru SVX claims to seat four people, but that's only in theory. For all practical purposes, the rear seat should support two occupants but doesn't have enough headroom for an average adult. Legroom is also lacking in the rear seat, especially when the front seats are pushed back.
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