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Spy Shots: Subaru FT-86 spied again

Spy Shots: Subaru FT-86 spied again

Feb 17, 2011   |   #News

Subaru has already announced that it plans to debut its version of the rear-wheel-drive FT-86 concept at next month's Geneva Motor Show. It's safe to say that the joint venture between Toyota and Subaru is one of the most highly anticipated debuts of the year, and while the vehicle that takes the stage in Switzerland will still be designated as a concept, it should give us a very good glimpse as to what's in store for the production car....

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Subaru confirms 'Toyobaru' sports coupe for Geneva

Subaru confirms 'Toyobaru' sports coupe for Geneva

Jan 14, 2011   |   #News

While Toyota has been happy to supply the world with glimpses of and whispers about its version of the FT-86 sports coupe, Subaru has been suspiciously quiet about its planned version of the car. But it looks like that's about to change....

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First drive: Subaru WRX STI

First drive: Subaru WRX STI

Dec 9, 2010   |   #News

It's not exactly ideal weather for testing performance cars at the moment (not on the public roads at any rate) but if we'd been asked to choose one to spend the last week in, the new Subaru WRX STI would not have been far down the list.

Subaru made its name in Europe by bolting turbocharged four-cylinder engines into four-wheel drive cars, and the latest version follows the same recipe....

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Subaru Impreza Design Concept

Subaru Impreza Design Concept

Nov 18, 2010   |   #News

We've often found ourselves in the apologist camp when it came to the latest design of the current Subaru Impreza. The company has a long and storied history of producing vehicles with faces only a mother could love, so we just assumed that the squinty visage of the latest model was just an homage to homely rides of the past. Well, you can go ahead and forget all that. Subaru just dropped details on its new Impreza Design Concept, and the car is the kind of beautiful worth writing home about....

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