Japan's top automaker believes technological breakthroughs, such as hydrogen engines, can give internal combustion a new lease on life — saving jobs as well as the environment.
Subaru aims to stoke demand by making the next Crosstrek more of a driver's vehicle. Ride comfort, body rigidity, braking, steering and noise reduction all see upgrades.
The Solterra, Subaru's first global EV, offers the brand's trademark all-wheel-drive setup. But on the outside, it shares a lot with Toyota.
When it goes on sale this summer, the 2023 Solterra, Subaru's first electric vehicle, will start at $46,220 and top out at more than $53,000.
Automakers will show about 10 electric vehicles or concepts at the rebranded AutoMobility LA show.
The technology will build upon Subaru’s stereo camera system and use artificial intelligence to improve computer recognition in hard-to-see situations, such as when road lane markers are covered in snow.
Does it make sense these days to invest in a new generation of small, gasoline-powered, modestly priced sports cars? Absolutely, say Toyota and Subaru.