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The Solterra marks a new era of electrified production by Subaru. Find out here how the 2023 Subaru Solterra will unfold soon.
The all-new 2023 Subaru Solterra is the first-ever electric vehicle from the Japanese automobile manufacturer. It is an e-compact crossover that comes with an all-wheel-drive system as the standard, in which the platform is developed by joining forces with Toyota. Here’s the technology, features, and specification that the upcoming Solterra will offer.
The 2023 Solterra’s General Profile
The first model built with the e-Subaru Global Platform, the company’s first-ever completely electric framework, the 2023 Subaru Solterra is, was the automaker’s most technologically advanced vehicle ever. The name itself, Solterra, translates to “sun” and “earth” from Latin, somehow reflecting the splendidness it aims for.
The mechanic and visual bases for the new Solterra are parallel to the future Toyota bZ4X, but it carries a more intricate styling pattern from Subaru. The EV is estimated to provide over 200 miles alongside packed built-in driver assistants and adept off-road features. These are the weapons that make the model competes well in its segment because the non-luxury e-powered compact crossover market will be increasingly crowded this year.
The advanced capability of Subaru’s AWD system carried by the Solterra is also displayed in the EV’s worldwide debut video clip, which aims to give an insight on how the new model rivals its competitors such as Jaguar or even Toyota, who’s partnered with the company for the Solterra’s development, at a Subaru’s Japan- located test facility. It is successful enough to show how the EV works well across terrains and in difficult traction situations that demand high suspension articulation and ground clearance.
Power Details and Awe-Inducing Performance
As mentioned, aside from the fact that the 2023 Subaru Solterra is entirely electric supported, the model also comes with an AWD (all-wheel-drive) platform as the standard that utilizes two electric engines with a total power of 215 HP and 248 lb-ft of torque. Four drive modes are available, from Eco, Normal, Power, and the performance-oriented X-mode to help users tackle uneven terrain or slippery road situations.
If you are interested in bringing the model for some off-road driving, it offers a usable low-speed cruise control feature called ‘Grip Control’ and 8.3″ ground clearance. It also allows you to adjust the regenerative-braking force by paddling the steering wheel.
The Solterra’s battery pack full power detail hasn’t been revealed yet by Subaru, nor has the network capacity. Despite the somewhat vague claims of less than an hour for significant charge and DC fast charging (DCFC) compatibility, it is not announced how long it takes to charge the battery. However, a single full-charge is estimated to provide over 220 miles of driving range.
Spacious Room and Generous Interior Features
Inside the 2023 Subaru Solterra, a large 12.3″ infotainment touchscreen display, digital gauge cluster positioned high, rotary gear shift dial, and upraised center console. The interior gives airy vibes by incorporating significant-sized side glass, a steep windshield, and a panoramic sunroof. It also comes with intriguing textures that contribute to the eye-pleasing appearance. Occupants can use plenty of storage spots, such as a big spaced bin beneath the center console. The cargo space relieves available volume at 30 cubic feet when your flat folds the rear seats.
Every model of the Solterra comes with a standard entertainment system that features a wireless phone charger, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. The HVAC system is provided with remote control to let smartphone app users unlock and lock the doors or pre-condition the cabin. It is still a prediction, but there’s a likely chance it will bring upgraded stereo and advanced built-in navigation systems.
The new Solterra is equipped with ample driver-assistance features that come as standard. These include a 360º camera system and auto high-beam highlight. You can discover more detailed safety details from the crash-test of this model on the official websites of the IIHS and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Subaru’s price details of the 2023 Subaru Solterra are yet to be published, but most automobile experts say that it probably starts around the higher range part of $30,000s. You may find information about how each trim grades perform and cost after the manufacturer announces the figures.