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Subaru is going fully electric today with its first EV, the Solterra. Developed in partnership with Toyota, the Solterra features a dual motor system with electric motors on each axle, producing a total of 215 hp. The Solterra will come standard with an all-wheel-drive system, which should satisfy off-road-thirsty Subaru fans. Power will come from a 71.4 kWh battery pack that produces about a WLTC-rated 285 miles of range and can fast charge at 150 kW. An EPA rating will be revealed next week at the car's US debut. 

Subaru aims to launch the Solterra in various markets around the world in mid-2022.

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