What new items Subaru will present until 2024August 14, 2020
In the next four years, the Japanese brand will greatly update its lineup. Some special versions of current models will also be presented.
Subaru plans to seriously update its lineup. Information about new products and the timing of their appearance was published in the social network account of a specialized foreign publication. The image shows a scale with the names of the models and the time of their debut. However, Subaru has not yet confirmed this data. The nearest high-profile novelty should be the Subaru BRZ, which may appear in the spring of 2021. According to preliminary data, the power of the sports car will not grow so much and will amount to 220-255 horsepower.
In the fall of 2021, Subaru plans to introduce a new generation of the WRX model, and its STI modification will appear a year later. According to preliminary data, the power of the Subaru WRX STI will reach 400 hp.
The spring of 2022 is seen as a much more interesting period – it is at this time that a fully electric Subaru should appear, which is being developed in cooperation with Toyota. For the spring and summer of 2022, it is planned to update three models at once – Legacy, Outback and Ascent. It is too early to talk about how global the changes will be.
The next generation of the legendary Subaru Impreza should be expected in 2023, around the same time the Subaru Crosstrek will debut.
It is noteworthy that the message is noteworthy that the message says about the date of the start of production, which means the possibility of a new Subaru BRZ by the end of this year.
Pricing information for the 2021 Subaru Legacy and Subaru Outback was previously released. The growth in cost will not turn out to be too great, but the functionality of cars will become much wider.
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