Ten fun facts about Subaru


Fact 1
Subaru is an automotive giant that produces cars for the global market. The company was founded by Kenji Kita on July 7th, 1953. It has its headquarters located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan and.

Fact 2
Subaru is noted for implementing the boxer engine layout in almost all of its 1500cc plus automobiles. This layout makes for a much smoother ride when compared to other engines.

Fact 3
Subaru is known to provide its clients with turbocharged variants of their regular passenger cars, a fine example being the Impreza WRX.


Fact 4
Subaru’s parent company, the Fuji Heavy Industries is in a limited partnership with Toyota; Toyota has a 16.5% stake in FHI’s shares.

Fact 5
The company gets its name from the word for ‘The Seven Sisters’ cluster of stars in the Japanese script and the company’s logo reflects the same.

Fact 6
The first Subaru car that was produced was the Subaru 1500 and only twenty of these models were produced.

Fact 7
Subaru designed and manufactured its automobile models Exiga in the year 2008 and the BRZ in 2012.

Fact 8
Toyota is engaged with Subaru in the development and subsequent production of future vehicles like a new sports car, under the Subaru name.

Fact 9
Beginning in the year 1968, the Subaru of America division first set base in Philadelphia but it has presently been relocated to Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Fact 10
Today, almost all Subaru models offer consumers with the all-wheel drive, this being implemented seriously since 1996.


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Is a car manufacturing division of Fuji Heavy Industries, which is a Japanese transportation conglomerate.

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