Subaru has dropped yet another teaser image of the Ascent, this time showing us in full the SUV’s seven-seating configuration. At launch, the Ascent will be the brand’s largest SUV to date. The original concept had an overall length in excess of five metres.

Riding on the new Subaru Global Platform, the concept’s footprint measured 5,050 mm long, 1,989 mm wide, 1,839 mm tall, with a 2,972 mm wheelbase. That’s about as large as the second-generation Audi Q7! Subaru says the Ascent is “family-sized, versatile and capable,” so expect similar dimensions for the final product.

As for the car, the teaser image clearly shows the resemblance it bears with the concept (pictured above). Visible are headlamps with C-shaped LED daytime running lights, muscular wheel arches, raised roof rails and a rear spoiler. Previously, Subaru dropped another teaser showing the brushed aluminium boot lip guard and the Ascent badge. We’re fans of the concept’s rugged looks, but the massive 21-inch two-tone alloy wheels will likely not make it to production.

In the powertrain department, one can expect a turbocharged and direct-injected boxer engine to perform propulsion duties, coupled with the brand’s proprietary symmetrical all-wheel drive system. The Ascent will make its North American debut on November 28 at the upcoming Los Angeles Motor Show. The SUV will be produced in Lafayette, Indiana.

GALLERY: Subaru Ascent Concept