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Subaru US Media Release - Statement on Subaru STI
STATEMENT ON SUBARU STI
 
As the automotive marketplace continues to move towards electrification, Subaru is focused on how our future sports and performance cars should evolve to meet the needs of the changing marketplace and the regulations and requirements for greenhouse gasses (GHG), zero emissions vehicles (ZEV), and Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ). 

As part of that effort, Subaru Corporation is exploring opportunities for the next generation Subaru WRX STI, including electrification.  In the meantime, a next generation internal combustion engine WRX STI will not be produced based upon the new WRX platform.  

The Subaru WRX STI and the STI brand represent the zenith of Subaru’s performance vehicles exemplifying Subaru’s unique DNA and rally heritage.  As we look to the future, we also look forward to incorporating the essence of STI into our next generation of vehicles.
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Introducing the 2022 Subaru Forester e-BOXER
Since its debut in 1997, the Forester has been a popular choice among customers, establishing its trust as a safe, fun and reliable package

Over the last 25 years, the Forester has sold over 357,000 units in Europe, establishing itself as one of the best-sellers in the line-up. Its accumulated global production reach about 4.5 million units.
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Subaru releases walk-around video of Solterra
Subaru Europe have released a 25-minute walk-around video of the all-new Solterra, Subaru’s first all-electric SUV

The model revealed in the video below is the European version scheduled to launch in Europe and the UK in the middle of next year.

 
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Video: SUBARU SOLTERRA
Video: SUBARU SOLTERRA
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Fuel Crisis - and is it improving?
So what's behind the crisis?
The key issue is there aren't enough drivers to supply petrol.
There's an estimated shortage of more than 100,000 HGV drivers and petrol is only the latest industry to be hit.
The lack of drivers has caused problems for a range of industries - from supermarkets to fast food chains.
Fuel tanker drivers need additional safety qualifications on top of their HGV licence to be able to transport chemicals such as petrol.
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What have you done to your Subaru today?
Just finished rebuilding my td05h all nice and clean ☺️ lucky as my cheap fleabay that will do for now turbo oil seals starting to fail good old flea bay sh1te lasted me a flew month whilst waiting for the rebuild kit 👍 
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