Author: Stijn Roggeman
Published on 09-12-2021
Subaru takes the canvas from Solterra, the first electric brand SUV with the result of a partnership with Toyota.
With the exception of other bumpers and its own LED lights, the Subaru Solterra is a twin brother of the Toyota bZ4X. Both SUVs are located on the new electric motor platform. In Subaru, this is called e-Subaru Global Platform. The Solterra is 4.69 meters long and the wheel is 2.85 meters.
No Subaru components are owned internally. The whole thing looks modern with a wide infotainment screen and a high-tech digital panel.
Subaru launches two Solterra variants, both of which will have a 71.4 kWh battery pack. The front wheel drive version has a single electric motor with 204 hp and a range of approximately 530 km. The alternative is two identical electric motors of 109 hp each, which drive four wheels. With a system power of 218 hp, this version is therefore a little more powerful. The other side of the coin is the steering column, which drops to about 460 miles.
For full details such as available engines, specifications and CO2 emissions, please refer to our specifications page for each Subaru Solterra model. You can also find current prices for all versions on our website.