Subaru unveils new pictures and details of its first electric vehicle: the Solterra

Subaru has released today new pictures and details of its first electric vehicle, the Solterra, which is coming to market next year.

Like its partner Toyota, Subaru is taking its sweet time to get on board with battery-electric vehicles.

Earlier this year, it finally announced its first all-electric vehicle: the Solterra.

At the time, the Japanese automaker only released a teaser image and limited details about the new electric vehicle.

Today, Subaru released a few more details on a new webpage:

“The next generation of Subaru SUV capability has a name: Solterra. The 2023 Subaru Solterra, which was named by combining the Latin words for “Sun” and “Earth,” is built on the e-Subaru Global Platform, a new all-electric vehicle architecture. The Solterra EV brings the Subaru brand’s trusted reliability, state-of-the-art safety technology, and legendary all-wheel-drive engineering to an environmentally responsible all-electric SUV. The Subaru Solterra electric SUV – the natural evolution of Subaru all-weather, all-road performance – is scheduled to go on sale in 2022.”

The automaker also released several new pictures that are much more revealing than the original teaser:

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