The B11S Subaru concept car in Geneva reveals the shape of things to come. GENEVA – Things are on the move at Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (Subaru), which knows it has a serious design problem. The Japanese auto maker is hiring new talent and turning to outsiders for help in the hope of exploiting the Subaru marque's potential and the image created by the WRX. The first evidence of Subaru's search for a new design identity surfaced at the recent Geneva auto show. The ...

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