Subaru wants to increase the production of electric models to 400,000 units per year. As part of this strategy, three new electric crossovers will be developed by 2026.
Subaru is preparing three new electric vehicles that will hit the market by 2026. The brand plans to greatly increase the production of electric models. This was said on the Car and Driver website.
Subaru currently offers only one electric car – the Solterra crossover. It is based on the Toyota bZ4x model and has not become the brand’s new bestseller.
Subaru says it will have three new electric crossovers by 2026. The brand also wants to increase the production of electric models to 400,000 units per year.
The new models will also be based on Toyota’s electric vehicles. The brand then plans to produce original electric vehicles on its own platform.
Production of Subaru electric vehicles will begin in 2025 at Japan’s Yajima plant. This will give the brand the flexibility to launch new vehicles.
Subaru aims to produce 400,000 electric vehicles per year by 2028. To do this, new electric models will be produced simultaneously in several factories.
Previously Focus He wrote that the Subaru Crosstrek crossover received an all-terrain modification Wilderness.
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