Details have surfaced about Subaru's first all-electric model. According to the Japanese portal Response, it will be a crossover called Evoltis.
- Subaru Evoltis will be equipped with two electric motors (one on each axle) with a total capacity of 290 hp. They will be powered by a lithium-ion battery that should last for 500 kilometers.
In January, Subaru showed a prototype of an electric crossover without any details about it. Response says the production version will feature simplified LED optics, a different grille cap and silver bumper inserts.
- Evoltis will be built on the e-TNGA platform created by Toyota. When developing the electric vehicle, Toyot took over the development of the electrical components, while Subaru was responsible for the design and tuning of the all-wheel drive.
- The official premiere of the Subaru Evoltis will take place at the Tokyo Motor Show in fall 2021. At the same time, Toyota soplatform models should debut.
According to the plan adopted at the beginning of the year, in ten years, 40 percent of Subaru's global sales will be from hybrid and all-electric vehicles. Also, by 2030, each model of the brand will receive a version with an electric motor.