Subaru has revealed the design of a joint with Toyota’s electric crossover

Subaru has revealed the design of a joint with Toyota’s electric crossover

Company Subaru held a press briefing where he discussed the direction of technology development, and defined a timeline for the electrification of the model range. There’s also the Japanese automaker showed the design layout of the battery crossover, which is being developed in cooperation with Toyota.

According to the President of Subaru Tomomi Nakamura, the company intends to continue to follow their own development strategies and to improve key technologies. We are talking about the boxer the Boxer engines, symmetrical all-wheel drive and the security complex EyeSight. In addition, the company intends to actively work in the field of electrification and already partially outlined the timeframes for the transfer of electricity, in one form or another, all models.

The portfolio Subaru already have hybrid is recharged via a socket Crosstrek Hybrid and XV e moderate-Boxer, Outback e-Boxer and Forester e-Boxer.

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To fully electrify the lineup, Subaru plans to the end of 2035. Thus by 2030 the electric and hybrid cars should make up 40 percent of total sales. By 2050, the emissions of CO? for new vehicles be reduced by 90 percent compared to 2010, and for electric vehicles are considered the indicators from the processing of primary energy sources.

There at the briefing, Subaru showed the layout of the electric crossover. His appearance is based on the current design language of the brand, but the technical stuff is being developed together with Toyota. Coupe will receive an angular body with a characteristic short overhangs and “chopped” wheel arches.

Who reminds you of this design layout?