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Hot on the wheels of the WRX STi reveal last night, the folks at Subaru revealed their diabolical plans to rule the wagon segment at the Tokyo Auto Show later this month. The first non-production vehicle they'll be showing to complete this evil plan is a Touring concept called the EXIGA — a seven-seater combining a spacious interior with "exhilarating driving performance." Well, you know it's got to have "exhilarating driving performance" — because it certainly isn't going to survive on looks alone. Although that's never stopped Subaru before. Full press release after the jump.

Exhibition Outline of the 40th Tokyo Motor Show 2007

Tokyo, October 9, 2007 - Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI), the maker of Subaru automobiles, today announced the major features of its vehicles and technologies, which will be exhibited at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show 2007. Taking "Fantastic moments" as its theme, FHI will showcase Subaru's efforts to integrate the Pleasure of Driving and Environmental Responsibility.

FHI will present a World Debut to its performance flagship, the Impreza WRX STI and also present the Touring 7-seater "EXIGA Concept", which combines a liberating roomy interior space with exhilarating driving performance, and the future electric vehicle "G4e Concept" fitted with next-generation lithium-ion batteries. In addition, FHI will unveil the Impreza BEAMS Edition developed in collaboration with BEAMS, famous fashion retailer. Besides showcasing these models, the company will call attention to its unique environmental solutions and advanced safety technologies.

A press briefing is scheduled to be given by President Ikuo Mori on Wednesday, October 24, 2007, at 11:50, at the Subaru booth.