Now the time has come when every one wants a piece of cake Out of the emerging EV World. For Subaru, its the rise of 2023 Subaru Solterra, Company’s all new model to take off with in the EV segment, this being their first project.
Now the twist comes when it has been announced that the Japanese predominant Toyota joined hands with Subaru for this project. Subaru is seeking the same technology that was put in the Toyota bZ4X and other next upcomings. Let’s Catch up to the further detailings.
This if in production, will hold the title to be the first Subaru Electric to be in the line-up and may further on elongates it.
EV Motor, Range, Top Speed, 0-60 Mph
The Setup is all about 2 Electric Motors Fitted in, Basically Dual Motor channel, Which is now quite common for the current running EVs. These Motors work out of a Kicking output of 215 horsepower and 249 pound-feet of torque, Which undoubtedly a sign of great numbers for all the parameters being kept on track.
The 0-60 Mph Test done on this which come out surprisingly fast for it in just six-and-a-half seconds. Also the battery module on this is very great of significantly 72.8-kWh in capacity which promises a mile-range on around 220s miles. If Plugged into a Level 2 charging station, Subaru says the Solterra’s onboard 6.6-kWh charger can recharge the battery in nine hours. Hook it up to a 100-kW DC fast-charger and an 80-percent charge is claimed to take about 56 minutes.
- 60 mph: 6.5 sec
- 1/4-Mile: 15.2 sec
- Top Speed: 110 mph
- Wheelbase: 112.2 in
- Length: 184.6 in
- Width: 73.2 in
- Height: 65.1 in
- Cargo Volume: 30 ft3
- Curb Weight: 4500 lb
What Subaru is thinking to keep it the under-luxury category, for the mass, which determines the pricing for the 3 trims of the model, which Subaru states as Premium for $46,220, Limited for $49,720 and lastly Touring for $53,220.
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