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General Motors and Toyota are still years away from launching their own all-electric models but Subaru has beaten them to the punch with the announcement today that its own eco-friendly Stella electric vehicle (EV) is ready for sale. Packed with an array of advanced lithium-ion batteries, the Stella EV will be sold in Japan only from late July and only 170 units will be released in the first year of sale. The latest model is based around Subaru’s existing Stella minicar and has a range of about 55 miles and top speed has been limited to 62mph. The car’s batteries can be charged up...
Subaru chief reveals diesel and hybrid plans
Subaru doesn't offer much in the way of environmentally conscientious cars but this may be set to change as the company is considering introducing new hybrid models. Subaru's parent company, Fuji Heavy Industries, has revealed plans to introduce a new hybrid model along with a range of more...Jeremy Weber
Subaru expands Legacy range with new Touring wagon and B4
The fifth-generation Legacy (Liberty) and Outback were recently unveiled and to coincide with the car’s launch in Japan Subaru has added the new Touring wagon and sporty B4 to the range. Before you get all excited, the latest iteration of the B4 name only applies to a sports package in this...Jeremy Weber
Subaru reveals pricing for 2010 Legacy (Liberty)
Subaru is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Legacy (Liberty) sedan with the unveiling of the all-new fifth-generation model this year. Subaru is renowned for its love-or-loathe approach to designing cars, as seen in the frequent revisions to its Impreza line over the years, but the styling of...Kenneth Hall