Toyota-Subaru coupé more details
More details have emerged on the future Toyobaru coupé.
Subaru Exiga's teaser
After the rumours, Subaru has confirmed the Exiga will be unveiled on the 17 June of this year by launching a dedicated website.
Forester gets unexpected sensual wash
Here is an unexpected video from Subaru intended to spice up the new Forester on the American market which reinterprets the car wash phantasm.
More details about the new Subaru Exiga
A shadow of the forthcoming Subaru Exiga has emerged on the Internet giving Petrol-Head the opportunity to reveal more details about this new model.
Subaru dealer's see through car
When you're a Subaru dealer, selling the first diesel engine of the carmaker represents quite a challenge when customers only think of the Impreza when they hear 'Subaru'. An inventive Subaru dealer has devised a see-through car to promote the new Boxer Diesel engine.
Subaru unveils accessories for the new Forester
Only weeks after going on sale, Subaru is bringing accessories to the new Forester.
Subaru gets worried about its future
The new coupé developed for Toyota and also sold under the Subaru badge cause concerns for the future of the Japanese carmaker.
Toyota/Subaru coupé: sketch and more info
It isn’t the first time we’re talking about it, but this time, a leaked official sketch has emerged on the Internet. Due to be sold by Subaru and Toyota, the future coupé was expected to be a successor of the Paseo, but latest news reveal the coupé will be a bit more like a Celica.
Subaru to unveil the world’s first boxer diesel car at Geneva
Subaru will display the world’s first boxer diesel-engined passenger car in the form of the Legacy varied variants, saloon, estate and Outback.
New pictures of the Subaru Forester
The recent leaked pictures or scans of the next-generation Forester didn't render properly the car but a new shots taken in real conditions enables us to have a closer look at the Forester, which will be unveiled in a few days.
More pictures for the next-generation Forester
After the tiny pictures from the Japanese car magazine Best Car, there a new photos of the next-generation Subaru Forester that Subaru will officially unveil on the 27th of December.
Subaru Forrester leaked brochure and teaser
Subaru finally released a teaser on its Japanese website about the next Subaru Forester. Do not expect to see the overall shape as the website previews the rear end. In the meantime a leaked brochure emerged on some forums.
New Subaru Justy unveiled
In this post, I reported that Subaru planned to sell non-all-wheel drive and non-boxered engine models in the future. Actually, Subaru has a long tradition of selling front-wheel drive cars in Europe. Remember the Justy, which a re-badged Suzuki Swift. This time, Subaru is re-badging the Daihatsu Sirion as a Justy model to reinforce the European line-up.
Subaru might offer non-AWD and non-boxer powered models
We all know how the Subaru concept typically works: a car with four-wheel drive, a boxer engine and a dull design. Hopefully, it is a winsome combination, but remove the four-wheel drive and the boxer engine and you have a Toyota. It is a scary thought and it might become true.
Unverified sketch of the future Subaru Forester
A sketch of the next Subaru Forester has appeared on Internet. There is some doubt about whether this sketch is official or not. However, the drawing is quite realistic. It features the new Subaru's design DNA with the new nose shape. But, I am not sure about the D pillar. Indeed, Subaru unveiled the Exiga concept car at the last Tokyo Motor Show. The concept car appeared to be realistic enough to prefigure the next Forester.
New Impreza’s failed lace-lift
Subaru has just released the New Impreza with its Tribeca-like new nose. This is the third restyling in five years for this rival of the Mitsubishi Lancer. The rest of the car hasn’t changed much –only new rear lamps– for it has recently been upgraded, with a stretched wheelbase and a wider track. There will also be a power increase. The new Impreza is expected in the UK late 2005.