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Subaru STI E-RA Concept, electric performance, according to Subaru

Subaru intends to electrify its range of vehicles in the coming years, and the manufacturer will take advantage of the Tokyo Auto Show to present the STI E-RA CONCEPT, a concept vehicle that will give us a glimpse of what an STI-branded high-performance racing car could look like. Subaru made the announcement today while offering us a first image.

Subaru We will therefore present a vision of electrical performance, we were also expecting the same exercise from several other manufacturers. Who will be the first to show us electric models from their high performance division? Hyundai with its N, Volkswagen, Honda models? Subaru seems to be taking a step in the right direction.

We know that the Japanese manufacturer will soon officially make its entry among the manufacturers of electric vehicles with the marketing of the Subaru Solterra, a vehicle that shares its platform and its technologies with the Toyota bZ4x, its cousin, which will also become Toyota’s first EV. .

Subaru therefore presents this concept to us as “a style study of a vehicle intended for use in motorsport in a carbon neutral era”. Does this mean that the model could only be reserved for racing circuits? We know the rich heritage of the manufacturer in this area. We’ll find out as soon as it’s officially unveiled. For the moment, we must be satisfied with the few lines of the press release and this photo.

The vehicle will be presented alongside other quite interesting gasoline models, namely the WRX S4 STI performance concept, Levorg STI performance concept as well as the BRZ STI performance, all equipped with high performance parts developed by STI. The Tokyo Auto Show will be presented from January 14 to 16.

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