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Subaru electric car gets permanently stuck to an EV charger

By The Electric Viking / May 23, 2024

We have a weird story here guys. You probably haven’t heard of anything like this before.

Subaru offers massive discounts on the Solterra EV

By The Electric Viking / April 7, 2024

Subaru has recently introduced a leasing offer for its 2023 Solterra Premium, requiring zero down payment and $241 per month […]

2024 Subaru Solterra gets upgraded specs & big discounts before going on sale

By The Electric Viking / February 28, 2024

Before its launch, the 2024 Subaru Solterra electric SUV has received a substantial price reduction in Australia, even before the […]

2024 Subaru Solterra upgraded with faster charging – is it now a good EV?

By The Electric Viking / January 31, 2024

The 2024 Subaru Solterra boasts enhancements from its predecessor, offering swifter charging and additional features, all within the same initial […]

2024 Subaru Solterra price and specs: Australia VS United States

By The Electric Viking / November 9, 2023

Subaru revealed Solterra. There are two models.

Subaru finally signs deal with Tesla to install NACS & use Tesla superchargers

By The Electric Viking / November 4, 2023

I really don’t think anyone is surprised with Subaru’s latest deal with Tesla. Subaru realizes it needs Tesla.

The NEW Subaru BRZ will be electric – this is what it looks like…

By The Electric Viking / October 29, 2023

If you are a gasoline car fan you will be disappointed. The new Subaru BRZ looks pretty good.

Japanese media confirm that Subaru Solterra STI is coming very soon

By The Electric Viking / October 21, 2023

In the evolving landscape of Subaru and the global automotive market, the Japanese automaker has shifted its focus from upholding […]

Subaru: Massive demand for new EV – doesn’t care about Chinese competition

By The Electric Viking / August 30, 2023

Subaru has delayed the launch of their electric car in many markets. They are not worried about anything.

Subaru, Mazda, GM & BMW reveal plans to use Tesla-like 4680 batteries

By The Electric Viking / August 15, 2023
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