2024 Next-Gen Subaru Impreza Teased ahead of Los Angeles Show Reveal

2024 subaru impreza
Subaru Teases 2024 Next-Generation Impreza HatchSubaru
  • Subaru has teased the next generation 2024 Impreza, showing off its front end and its hatchback roofline in a darkened image.

  • Only a hatchback is shown in the image, so the sedan model may not be returning for 2024.

  • The new Impreza will make its debut at the Los Angeles auto show, which starts November 17.

UPDATE 11/10/22: Subaru has released another teaser photo of the 2024 Impreza that shows its front end, including the grille, lower fascia, and headlight.

Many automakers have abandoned their compact cars in favor of pint-sized SUVs. The Ford Focus has been dead since 2018, and Volkswagen now only offers the Golf in GTI and R performance trims in the United States. Subaru could easily follow a similar path, with the Crosstrek vastly outselling the Impreza hatchback upon which its based—128,979 units versus 25,490 units, respectively, through October 2022. But Subaru remains committed to its compact car, releasing a teaser for the next generation 2024 Impreza which will make its full debut at the 2022 Los Angeles auto show.

2024 subaru impreza teaser

The teaser doesn’t show much, with only the roofline visible in the dark expanse. The illustration shows a hatchback body style. While a sedan version of the Impreza could debut later, it’s also possible that the sedan won’t be returning for the 2024 model year and the Impreza will come exclusively with a hatch.

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2024 Subaru CrosstrekSubaru

Since we have already seen the next generation Crosstrek, we have a pretty solid idea of what to expect from the 2024 Impreza. The design should mirror the new Crosstrek—squinty headlights, chunky taillights, and sharp bodywork—minus the plastic body cladding around the wheel arches and on the bumpers. We expect the 152-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder to carry over, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see the Crosstrek’s plug-in hybrid setup migrate to the hatchback as well. We’re also praying that the five-speed manual returns, hopefully mated to the Crosstrek’s 182-hp 2.5-liter four-pot. More details on the Impreza’s future will be unveiled when the Los Angeles auto show kicks off on November 17.

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