Subaru confirms all electric model for Europe

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Dec. 14. 2020
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Ebisu, Shibuya, Japan - Subaru Europe, the subsidiary of Subaru Corporation in Europe, today confirmed the company is preparing for the launch of a full electric vehicle.

Scheduled for introduction in the first half of 2020’s, Subaru’s all-electric vehicle will be a mid-size SUV, similar in size to the Subaru Forester model. It will be built on a platform shared with Toyota.

Additional information will be shared sometime next year.

The news underlines Subaru’s efforts to reduce its environmental footprint in Europe and satisfy a growing demand for alternative powertrains.

It also signals the brand’s second electrification step in Europe after it recently launched mild-hybrid variants of two core models in the region, where the Subaru XV e-BOXER and Forester e-BOXER models today represents 60% of the sales volume.

A car’s grip on slippery roads matters. How safe your car keeps your family. That really matters. Reliability, year after year. That matters too. Subaru make cars for people who understand what really matters and that’s why Subaru build them better, where it matters.

Consisting of three SUVs, the core Subaru range includes all-new Forester e-BOXER, XV and Outback; embodying safety, capability and reliability at their core. There’s also Levorg, the family all-wheel drive tourer.

Since 1954, Subaru have been making cars for everyday life and every challenge. Whether it’s a hiking holiday or the school run – capability, safety and reliability is engineered into every part. Subaru has earned a reputation for engineering excellence; we’re proud to build cars that are better, where it matters.