The Subaru Solterra becomes a fully electric pickup [RENDER]

Subaru presented a couple of months ago the new Subaru Solterra which derives from the combination of the Latin words sun and earth. Compared to its twin Toyota bZ4X cousin, the new Solterra differs only in some aesthetic characteristics such as the lobster-shaped taillights, the design of the front bumper, the round fog lights and the various Subaru badges.   Based on the e-TNGA electric platform, the new Subaru Solterra boasts a body measuring 4690mm in length, 1860mm in width, 1650mm in height and a wheelbase of 2850mm. It is available in two versions with a single 204 HP electric motor placed at the front or two 218 HP electric engines.  In the latter case there is all-wheel drive. Next to the powertrain is a 71.4 kWh battery that ensures up to 530 km of range on a single charge.  Subaru Solterra pick-up render  Kleber Silva's project Pending its willingness to buy from mid-2022, we can settle for the digital project created by the Brazilian designer Kleber Silva who shows us what the zero-emission pick-up version of the new Solterra could be like.  Overall, the model could easily position itself within the compact pickup segment with its electric powertrain. Silva simply converted and extended the rear of the Subaru Sotterra into a practical cargo bed, a typical feature of a vehicle in this segment.

Subaru presented a couple of months ago the new Subaru Solterra which derives from the combination of the Latin words sun and earth. Compared to its twin Toyota bZ4X cousin, the new Solterra differs only in some aesthetic characteristics such as the lobster-shaped taillights, the design of the front bumper, the round fog lights and the various Subaru badges.

Based on the e-TNGA electric platform, the new Subaru Solterra boasts a body measuring 4690mm in length, 1860mm in width, 1650mm in height and a wheelbase of 2850mm. It is available in two versions with a single 204 HP electric motor placed at the front or two 218 HP electric engines.

In the latter case there is all-wheel drive. Next to the powertrain is a 71.4 kWh battery that ensures up to 530 km of range on a single charge.

Subaru presented a couple of months ago the new Subaru Solterra which derives from the combination of the Latin words sun and earth. Compared to its twin Toyota bZ4X cousin, the new Solterra differs only in some aesthetic characteristics such as the lobster-shaped taillights, the design of the front bumper, the round fog lights and the various Subaru badges.   Based on the e-TNGA electric platform, the new Subaru Solterra boasts a body measuring 4690mm in length, 1860mm in width, 1650mm in height and a wheelbase of 2850mm. It is available in two versions with a single 204 HP electric motor placed at the front or two 218 HP electric engines.  In the latter case there is all-wheel drive. Next to the powertrain is a 71.4 kWh battery that ensures up to 530 km of range on a single charge.  Subaru Solterra pick-up render  Kleber Silva's project Pending its willingness to buy from mid-2022, we can settle for the digital project created by the Brazilian designer Kleber Silva who shows us what the zero-emission pick-up version of the new Solterra could be like.  Overall, the model could easily position itself within the compact pickup segment with its electric powertrain. Silva simply converted and extended the rear of the Subaru Sotterra into a practical cargo bed, a typical feature of a vehicle in this segment.
Subaru Solterra pick-up render

Kleber Silva's project

Pending its willingness to buy from mid-2022, we can settle for the digital project created by the Brazilian designer Kleber Silva who shows us what the zero-emission pick-up version of the new Solterra could be like.

Overall, the model could easily position itself within the compact pickup segment with its electric powertrain. Silva simply converted and extended the rear of the Subaru Sotterra into a practical cargo bed, a typical feature of a vehicle in this segment.

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