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Subaru Solterra – The First Electric Subaru

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The first fully electric Subaru has arrived and wow, it’s impressive! 


Assisting in developing the platform, which is shared with the Lexus RZ 450e, Subaru claims it’s more than a badge-changing job. (They aren’t wrong!)


Extensive development has gone into their new “X Mode”, adjusting motors and breaking for maximum traction on difficult terrain.


Subaru is infamous for its all-wheel drive vehicles and the new Solterra has not been left behind. Utilising two electric motors, one based on each axel, featuring all-wheel drive as standard.


Trim Levels

There are only two trim levels available, the entry-level ‘Limited’ variant and the ‘Touring’ trim.


Spoiled for choice? Despite the limited trim options, both variants come with a host of driver assist and comfort features. The top level ‘Touring’ also comes with additional colour options.


As standard, users get a heated steering wheel, heated seats, 360-degree parking camera, adaptive cruise control, a digital rear-view mirror and a heat pump that efficiently warms the battery to maximise range.


Upgrading to the Touring trim will add a panoramic sunroof, 20” alloy wheels, Harman Kardon sound system and wireless smartphone charging.


Driving Range

The entry-level model is stated to have a range of 289 miles on a single charge, while the top-level Touring trim is slightly less due to the larger wheels and additional tech, capable of a 257-mile range.


The entry level ‘Limited’ model starts at £52,495 and is available with an array of optional extras, although, upgrading to the fully loaded ‘Touring’ trim will cost £55,495.


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