Subaru Solterra (2021): a brand new 100% electric SUV

Subaru is going electric with the Solterra, a small SUV that shares a lot of elements with the Toyota bZ4X.

Subaru is going electric with the Solterra, a small SUV that shares a lot of elements with the Toyota bZ4X.  And one more! Another 100% electric crossover on the market. This one is called Solterra and is signed Subaru. Unsurprisingly, this new model from the Japanese firm is very close to its cousin from Toyota, the bZ4X. Nothing abnormal a priori since the two 100% electric vehicles were developed together, synergy between manufacturers requires.  On the other hand, the style is slightly more tortured at Subaru. On the front and rear bumper as well as on the sides, we notice ribs in all directions. On the other hand, the front and rear light units are strongly reminiscent of Toyota's bZ4X.  Technical sheet Who are the rivals of this Solterra? Against all odds, these are the Tesla Model Y and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Indeed, at 4.70 meters long, Subaru's “zero emission” crossover does not play in the same court as a Peugeot 3008. On the other hand, in terms of power, it is not the same. Subaru offers two power levels: 204 and 217 horsepower.  The less powerful model will be offered in two-wheel drive (traction) while the high-end version will offer an all-wheel drive system. On the battery side, Subaru leaves no choice: 71.4 kWh to offer a range of 450 km. This will be able to collect up to 150 kW for recharging. This should allow Subaru to redeem an ecological conscience since all the models offered in Europe so far are heavily impacted by the penalty. One thing remains to be seen, the price.

And one more! Another 100% electric crossover on the market. This one is called Solterra and is signed Subaru. Unsurprisingly, this new model from the Japanese firm is very close to its cousin from Toyota, the bZ4X. Nothing abnormal a priori since the two 100% electric vehicles were developed together, synergy between manufacturers requires.

On the other hand, the style is slightly more tortured at Subaru. On the front and rear bumper as well as on the sides, we notice ribs in all directions. On the other hand, the front and rear light units are strongly reminiscent of Toyota's bZ4X.

Subaru is going electric with the Solterra, a small SUV that shares a lot of elements with the Toyota bZ4X.  And one more! Another 100% electric crossover on the market. This one is called Solterra and is signed Subaru. Unsurprisingly, this new model from the Japanese firm is very close to its cousin from Toyota, the bZ4X. Nothing abnormal a priori since the two 100% electric vehicles were developed together, synergy between manufacturers requires.  On the other hand, the style is slightly more tortured at Subaru. On the front and rear bumper as well as on the sides, we notice ribs in all directions. On the other hand, the front and rear light units are strongly reminiscent of Toyota's bZ4X.  Technical sheet Who are the rivals of this Solterra? Against all odds, these are the Tesla Model Y and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Indeed, at 4.70 meters long, Subaru's “zero emission” crossover does not play in the same court as a Peugeot 3008. On the other hand, in terms of power, it is not the same. Subaru offers two power levels: 204 and 217 horsepower.  The less powerful model will be offered in two-wheel drive (traction) while the high-end version will offer an all-wheel drive system. On the battery side, Subaru leaves no choice: 71.4 kWh to offer a range of 450 km. This will be able to collect up to 150 kW for recharging. This should allow Subaru to redeem an ecological conscience since all the models offered in Europe so far are heavily impacted by the penalty. One thing remains to be seen, the price.
Technical sheet

Who are the rivals of this Solterra? Against all odds, these are the Tesla Model Y and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Indeed, at 4.70 meters long, Subaru's “zero emission” crossover does not play in the same court as a Peugeot 3008. On the other hand, in terms of power, it is not the same. Subaru offers two power levels: 204 and 217 horsepower.

The less powerful model will be offered in two-wheel drive (traction) while the high-end version will offer an all-wheel drive system. On the battery side, Subaru leaves no choice: 71.4 kWh to offer a range of 450 km. This will be able to collect up to 150 kW for recharging. This should allow Subaru to redeem an ecological conscience since all the models offered in Europe so far are heavily impacted by the penalty. One thing remains to be seen, the price.

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