Suburu’s likely next-generation WRX made its glorified reveal this week on a steeply inclined, rotating platform at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The new five-passenger sports sedan Viziv is a striking affair, lying low and flush with boxy contours, multi-layered hood scoop, exaggerated wheel arches, hexagonal grille/fenders, and an aggressive sloping rear.

Its curves are supposed to be a nod to Subaru’s “Dynamic and Solid” design language which emphasizes a sportier body using chiseled fascias and low-angled flared fenders. Many automakers have vividly defined their own design languages in textbook fashion, such as Cadillac and its “Art and Science” philosophy that values sharper edges over a softer and rounder identity that dominated the 90’s.

No specifications have been revealed regarding the Viziv’s powertrain, but it does have all-wheel drive.

The Viziv is also expected to feature Subaru’s next-generation safety suite. This is comprised of updates to the brand’s EyeSight safety system, its driver assistance suite with lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control, and pre-collision braking and throttle management with its use of dual color cameras integrated near the rearview mirror.