The Subaru Boxer engine is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Continue Reading...
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Spy photographers have managed to snap some photos of the all-new 2015 Subaru Outback as it undergoes testing in Europe. The crossover-ish sort of station wagon has been on the market since 2009 and is overdue for a redesign. Continue Reading...
Subaru will be heading to Le Mans next season, but not in the way fans of the automaker would like to see. Continue Reading...
Even more information on the 2015 Subaru WRX leaked and now it’s out that Subaru’s 2.0-liter turbocharged boxer four cylinder will offer 268 hp in that application. Continue Reading...
Subaru’s fourth-generation Forester crossover got its North American debut today during the L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Scion’s latest ad for its FR-S sports coupe shows more than the car’s backside sliding out around corners, though that’s there too. It give an x-ray view of the boxer engine at work. Continue Reading...
Subaru has a host of technologies that the company employs in many of its cars, including symmetrical all-wheel drive and boxer engines, and today Subaru released a set of four videos, highlighting each one of its core technologies. Continue Reading...
While Subaru is targeting 5,000 units for its new BRZ sports car, Scion believes its version of the joint Toyota-Subaru project will more than double that forecast. Continue Reading...
Known for its rugged terrain-capable cars sporting efficient four-cylinder engines, Subaru built its reputation on offering all-wheel drive and crossover-like ground clearance in an efficient package. Cars like the Forrester already offer that to U.S. customers, but the brand just unveiled another off-road clearance-oriented car at the New York Auto Show. Based on the Impreza… Continue Reading...
For decades now, Porsche has reserved their turbocharged engines for its top-of-the-line models, such as the 911 Turbo, Panamera Turbo, or Cayenne Turbo. But given the success rival German automaker BMW has been having with its turbocharged powerplants across several of its models, it appears that Porsche may be interested in doing the same. Turbochargers… Continue Reading...
The Toyota GT 86, or Scion FR-S as it will be called in North America, isn’t available yet, but it’s already generating tuner buzz. We were satisfied with the stock 200-horsepower boxer engine during our review in December, but that’s not quite enough power for some of the folks in the hachi-roku forums. Tetsuya Tada, the car’s chief… Continue Reading...
Subaru of American announced today, that its highly-anticipated 2012 Impreza will start at just $17,495. At that price, customers will get the base model 4-door 2.0-liter with a five speed manual transmission. Impressively, the car’s starting price remains the same as last year’s model. The base model equipped with a CVT transmission will carry a… Continue Reading...
Subaru’s version of the Toyota FT-86 front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports coupe will finally debut at this December’s Tokyo Auto Show. Toyota will sell its version as a Scion in the U.S. As for the Subaru model, well, according to the latest reports, there won’t be a powerful, turbocharged STI version. Subaru has planned to produce… Continue Reading...
Subaru of America has won the top automotive Webby Award and the Gold IAAA Award for their ‘mediocrity’ advertising campaign, which lampooned traditional mid-size sedans. Subaru played off the abudnance of bland sedans in the market place. Subaru’s campaign portrays a dull and unexceptional fictional vehicle: the 2011 Mediocrity, displayed in dull beige. hue …. Continue Reading...
While many have expressed their displeasure with Toyota‘s re-design of the FT-86 sports car, fans can rest easier knowing that the changes were made in the name of function rather than form. According to Autocar, the biggest change comes from the A-pillars, which have been moved back a few inches to create a flatter windscreen…. Continue Reading...
With Subaru‘s Impreza compact due for a replacement soon, and a concept shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show this past fall, the debut of the new car is getting ever closer. In fact, a Subaru executive recently confirmed that the target date for the new car is an August, 2011 release. With the date… Continue Reading...