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Remember that unconfirmed sketch of the 2009 Subaru Forester we brought you a couple of weeks ago? It appears those scribblings will be very close to the actual tall wagon/CUV-thingy that Subaru eventually unveils. What appear to be scans of an actual brochure for the redesigned Forester (albeit a JDM version) have popped up on the NASIOC forums, as well as what looks like a scan of a Japanese auto rag cover. Though these scans are extremely tiny, we can make out a grille similar to the Tribeca'

NASIOC forum member Lone Wolf 75 was at Raven's Stadium recently and spotted a pack of new Imprezas apparently getting ready for some type of focus group ride-and-drive. Besides the base Impreza and WRX sedan, he saw a hatch with a roof rack and revised front end. It is most likely the new Outback Sport. As other members had pointed out, it has a different grille with a chrome strip at the top, thinner chrome sides and an elongated drop in the bottom section of the grille. Much like the STi, but

var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/design/2008_Subaru_Impreza_caught_in_wild_with_aftermarket_bolt_ons'; The aftermarket potential of the new 2008 Impreza is likely to equal that of its predecessors, and one Subaru of America employee is getting into the game early. Sporting a set of bronze Grams Light 57Fs, held on by blue anodized lug nuts and equipped with the Duracon shift knob found on the SpecC RA-R, this black five-door model was spotted by a camera phone-wielding member of the NASIOC com

The folks over at the North American Subaru Impreza Owner's Club (NASIOC) were kind enough to post a translated article from Yahoo! News that outlines the future use of CVTs by Subaru.