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While major automakers race to develop driverless cars, Subaru is taking a slower approach, saying its vehicles may be less advanced than its rivals' by 2020 as autonomous features remain costly for the buyers of Japan's smallest carmaker.
Subaru is considering installing electric powertrains in current nameplates rather than designing an all-new electric vehicle, CEO Yasuyuki Yoshinaga said.
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