Subaru is riding on the success of its strategy to redesign all of its vehicles primarily for the United States and equip them with competitive features.
As it prepares for a new wave starting in 2016, Subaru will move to a new platform for all of its vehicles -- from the compact Impreza to an all-new, full-size seven-seat crossover. This will cut costs and development time.
Also in 2016, the redesigned vehicles will get a new generation of engine technology that will include direct injection, lean-burn technology and cylinder deactivation.
Subaru will get its first plug-in hybrid powerplant in 2017. It will be sold in California and 12 other states that also have strict emissions standards. Subaru has said the hybrid will be a variant of an existing nameplate.
Here's a look at Subaru's future product lineup.
BRZ: Interest in the once-hot coupe developed with Toyota has softened, and a convertible has been nixed. But a freshening is expected in late 2015 for the 2016 model year. Subaru executives have said a second generation of the car launched in 2012 is in the works. The new car could come in 2018.
Impreza: The redesigned four- and five-door compact will go on sale in late 2016 or early 2017. It will be produced at Subaru's factory in Indiana, where expansion for an additional 100,000 vehicles is underway. Not all of that new capacity will be used for the Impreza, according to Subaru of America executives.
WRX: The performance version of the Impreza went on sale this year. No changes are expected for several years.