The Subaru Vivio was a keicar introduced in March 1992 and manufactured by Subaru. Its name "Vivio" is derived from the Latin numerals of 660 as well as being inspired by the word 'vivid'. It succeeded the Subaru Rex and was available in 3-door and 5-door variations plus a 'Vivio Bistro' version with Mini-inspired front and rear fascias, Crimson Red colour upholstery and dashboard trim modifications. This retro-styled series was quite popular and subsequently led to a range of other classic-style cars in Japan.
The Vivio could be specified with several different supercharged 4-cylinder engines. This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from Wikipedia.
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