According to Subaru of America’s head of marketing, Dean Evans, the Japanese company is aiming to move 500,000 units per year by 2015 in North America.
The official website of Subaru Tecnica International (STI) in Japan has uploaded images teasing that the Subaru BRZ STI vehicle is “upcoming.”
First announced to be a BRZ STI vehicle, the Subaru BRZ tS has turned official in Japan with deliveries beginning right away.
Subaru has uncovered cost for the 2014 WRX and WRX STI vehicles, with the WRX 4-door beginning at $26,790 featuring a $795 destination and delivery fee.
Subaru has presented a limited edition Impreza WRX for the Japanese market, named the STI tS Type RA.
Subaru has unveiled prices for the 2014 Legacy and Outback, both of which keep their launching MSRP from 2013.
Subaru is going to increase productivity at its plant in Indiana by 30 %, adding employees to construct the Impreza in 2016.
Subaru WRX has always sacrificed a part of on-road performance to maintain its off-road capability. Nevertheless, that will be changed for the upcoming vehicle.
Subaru has presented the fresh all-wheel rally-inspired WRX model.
Subaru global design chief says that they will adopt the angular face of the Viziv concept vehicle shown at the Geneva auto show step by step.