Subaru Solterra
You don't have to look too hard to spot that the Solterra is a Toyota with a Subaru badge.
Subaru’s first all-electric vehicle is very closely related to the Toyota bZ4X, and indeed Subaru was in charge of much of the car’s development, especially the four-wheel-drive system. Unlike the Toyota, the Solterra is only available with that four-wheel-drive system, which does chop its one-charge range a bit. Still, it’s pleasant to drive, roomy, well-made and surprisingly good at heading off-road, if that’s something you ever need to do. Decent price, too.
Subaru Solterra Tech Specs
Model featuredSubaru Solterra
Official WLTP range between charges465km
Battery details (usable capacity)64kWh lithium-ion
Electric motor details150kW dual-motor all-wheel drive
Fastest recharging rate150kW on DC
Energy consumption16.1-18.0kWh/100km
Maximum power output218hp
Maximum torque output337Nm
0-100km/h6.9 seconds
Towing capability
Kerb weight2,015-2,040kg

Last updated on October 11, 2023
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