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Subaru's next-generation e-BOXER car will be jointly developed with Toyota? Officially started production of its own BEV

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●Plan to launch the next-generation e-BOXER car using THS
●BEV dedicated factory to start after 2027

Plans to launch the next-generation e-BOXER car with THS

On May 12, 2022, Subaru announced plans to develop a domestic production system for electric vehicles in the future. Announced that THS (Toyota Safety Sense) and the next-generation e-BOXER will be launched in the mid-2020s.

Although the wave of electrification in the automotive industry has been advancing rapidly in recent years, more than half of Subaru's product lineup is still gasoline vehicles. The models that are equipped with the e-BOXER in the gasoline-electric hybrid category remain in the three models of "impreza sport", "XV" and "Forester".

Subaru global BEV 「Solterra」

The e-BOXER car, which is expected to be launched in the mid-2020s, will use Toyota Safety Sense. From this, it can be seen that it is a route jointly developed with Toyota, just like the electric SUV "Solterra".

Dedicated BEV factory to start after 2027

Subaru Oizumi Plant (Gunma Prefecture) new BEV dedicated production line

In response to electrification, Subaru also announced that it will build a new electric vehicle (BEV) plant in Japan.

The new plant is expected to be located at the Oizumi Plant in Gunma Prefecture, and along with the new plant, the existing plant will be remodeled for BEV production. These total investments are expected to be 250 billion yen.

The factory is expected to start operations after 2027. Subaru's new automobile production plant in Japan can be traced back to the opening of the Yajima Plant in February 1969, and it has been about 60 years since then. It is currently produced at the main factory in Ota City, Gunma Prefecture and the Yajima factory.

In the future, the main plant will also start production of e-BOXER vehicles, and after 2027, the production of BEV vehicles will also start at the Yajima Plant and Oizumi Plant. It is estimated that the number of units produced each year will be tens of thousands.


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