Subaru Corp Aims To Sell Only EVs Globally By The First Half of 2030s

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  • Chief technology officer of Subaru Tetsuo Onuki said that though the company will use Toyota technology, it wants to make hybrids that are distinctly Subaru
  • The company added that by 2030, at least 40 per cent of its car worldwide will comprise battery electric vehicles or hybrids
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According to a report by Reuters, Japan’s Subaru Corp has set a target to sell only electric vehicles globally by the first half of the 2030s. The report also said that to supplement the mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrid cars in the line-up already, Subaru plans to develop a so-called “strong hybrid”. To do this, it will use Toyota technology and it will most likely debut later in the decade.

The report also said that it is also developing an all-battery electric car with Toyota which will release around the same time. According to a report, chief technology officer of Subaru Tetsuo Onuki told in a briefing that though the company will use Toyota technology, it wants to make hybrids that are distinctly Subaru.

At least 40 per cent of cars globally to be battery electric vehicles or hybrids

The company added that by 2030, at least 40 per cent of its cars worldwide will comprise battery electric vehicles or hybrids. Subaru produces Outback and Forester SUVs which are popular for its horizontally placed boxer engines.

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