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Transcript of SUBARU.
Confidence in Motion
July 7, 1953.
Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.
Subaru is the automotive branch of Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), which was formed in 1953 by the merger of five companies that were previously part of Japan's first private aircraft manufacturer
The first subaru car
The Subaru 360 was the first automobile mass-produced by Fuji Heavy Industries, it was one of Japan's most popular cars, and among the smallest cars in the world,
392,000 units were produced in Japan from March 3, 1958 to 1971.
The 360 was named for the size of its very small air-cooled, 2-stroke inline 2-cylinder 356 cc engine mounted transversely at the rea
Equipped with a 3-speed manual transmission, it had a top speed of 60 miles per hour. It weighed under 1000 pounds
SUBARU 360 1953
The Subaru Impreza were manufactured since 1992. Introduced on March 1, 1993, the Impreza was offered in either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive,
The Impreza was equipped with a flat engine, a distinguishing Subaru characteristic. Initial engine choices included 1.6 L, 1.8 L and 2.0 L naturally aspirated engines.
The subaru impreza had a 2 door coupe, 4 door sedan and a 5 door hatchback.
There are four generation of the subaru impreza
4-door sedan 1966
It was released in May 1966 as FHI’s first compact passenger car powered by the boxer engine, the Subaru 1000 offered driving stability and a comfortable interior, as well as technical features such as the front-wheel drive platform, Horizontally-Opposed engine and centre-pivot steering wheel.
Subaru R-2 1969
the Subaru R-2 was introduced in August 1969. Designed for the new era, the R-2 was a minisedan that attracted great interest for its role in expanding the concept of the minicar. The R-2 performed well and was engineered for the "highway era" that Japan was entering, and its excellent balance meant the R-2 could be driven with ease on rough roads
Subaru Leone 1997
The Subaru Leone made its debut in June 1971, followed by the Subaru Leone 4WD Station Wagon in September 1972. Until then, four-wheel drive (4WD) was limited to off-road vehicles, however Subaru broke that tradition with a mass-produced 4WD variant of an ordinary passenger model. When the vehicle was first released, demand came mainly as a result of the special applications that the car could be used for, such as commercial use in snowy and mountainous areas
Subaru Brat 1997
The Subaru Brat, an export recreational vehicle (RV) designed for the North American market, was launched in August 1977. It was based on the Leone 4WD but had a two-seater cabin and a cargo bed at the rear.
Subaru Domingo 1983
The Subaru Domingo one-box wagon made its debut in October 1983. This series not only accommodated seven passengers in a compact body but also offered a variety of seating arrangements thanks to Japan's first swivel seats, together with folding seats
Subaru Alcyone 1995
The Subaru Alcyone was named after a particularly bright star in the Pleiades, a star cluster called Subaru in Japanese. This model was launched in the United States as the Subaru XT in February 1985 and as the Alcyone in Japan in June 1985
Subaru Forester 1997
The Subaru Forester made its debut in February 1997. The Forester combined the strong points of a sports utility vehicle (SUV) and a passenger car as a vehicle of a new genre based on the "best of both" concept. The basic chassis was virtually the same as that of the 1993 Legacy, a fully changed model
The Pleo built on the concept of the “New compact wagon that goes beyond the minicar" and took all aspects - performance, safety, utility and eco-friendly driving - to new levels in a perfectly balanced package as a new compact wagon. Designed outside of the traditional minicar definition, it was truly a new generation of minicar that was in a class of its own.
subaru's first 6-cylinder
Engine in 2000
he compact "EZ30" 6-cylinder engine was developed with the same length as a 4-cylinder engine. Featuring the fundamental characteristics of a Horizontally-Opposed engine - the outstanding rotational balance, low centre of gravity and compact size - the EZ30 also delivered the smooth engine response and sound typical of a 6-cylinder engine, as well as mountains of torque typical of a larger engine and environmentally-friendly performance
2nd generation Impreza
The second-generation Impreza was based on the concept of fast, fun and safe, and included features such as a new turbo engine offering superior environmental performance, and a new body with Ring-Shaped Reinforcement Frames and improved impact safety.
4th generation Forester
The new Forester was developed to "Deliver the real value of an SUV." Built around Subaru's proprietary Symmetrical AWD technology, the basic performance areas of any car - driving, safety and environmental - were enhanced further to give greater enjoyment as an SUV, as well as greatly improving fun as a mode for stress-free driving and mobility
SUBARU WRX CONCEPT 2013
The Subaru WRX is known for its powerful turbo engine delivering abundant performance and torque distribution through Subaru's renowned Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system. This combination allows all drivers to feel confident and in control in any kind of driving condition.
The all-new SUBARU WRX CONCEPT hinted at the design language of the next generation Subaru WRX. The aggressive design communicated its increased agility and driving excitement.
Subaru exiga 2008
Based on the concept of a seven-seater with panoramic visibility for the touring experience, the EXIGA was developed to provide a safe and pleasant journey for all occupants. Capitalising on its accumulated know-how from building wagons and crossover SUVs, Subaru succeeded in creating an open and comfortable interior for all the passengers to easily engage in conversation and share the experience of touring, enhanced by dramatic wide-angle views through the windows.
Subaru R1 2005
Designed primarily for two passengers, the Subaru R1 was a 3-door compact car with streamlined packaging for private use. It offered outstanding fuel economy, superb crash safety levels, a stylish and refined design, a comfortable and function interior, and potential seating arrangements for four passengers if required.