Subaru reveals Impreza refresh in Japan

The update features new front-end styling and improved technology.

Subaru has revealed the 2020 Impreza, showing the refresh first in its home market of Japan.

The mid-cycle update brings a few exterior styling adjustments including a new front fascia with much wider lower inlet that connects both fog lights. The lower corners integrate a silver corner element that matches the angular daytime running-light bar in the new headlights.

The 2020 model year adds Subaru's latest Eyesight Touring Assist technology as standard equipment across the lineup. The safety suite provides automatic emergency braking, lane-holding assist, adaptive cruise control and other features.

Complementing the driver-assistance equipment, the revised Impreza is also available with optional adaptive headlights, a front-view monitor and a reverse interlocking mirror that aims the side mirror down when reversing to provide better visibility of ground-level obstructions.

Subaru has not yet announced when the refreshed Impreza will land in the US, nor any details surrounding the sportier WRX variant.

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