With the new wave of Subaru vehicles beginning to land on American roads, there’s been a lot of talk about the new platform that Subaru has planned. The new platform will cover all of its vehicles from the compact Subaru Impreza to a completely new, full-size seven-seat crossover. The new 1 platform will not only cut costs, but it will also greatly cut down on development time, which should help with the increased demand Subaru has been seeing.
For 2016, the redesigned Subaru vehicles will sport a new engine technology built from this Global Platform that will up all Subaru models in terms of power. Prepare to see direct injection engines built with lean-burn tech, and cylinder deactivation. So what’s in store for your favorite Subaru based on the new global platform? Let’s take a look:
The Subaru Impreza should see a new redesign by late 2016 or early 2017 as the leader of the new Global Platform, once it goes into full effect, and will be continued to be produced at the Subaru factory in Indiana where reports of expansion have been revved up. The WRX should also see some improvements as it transitions over to the global platform, through major changes may not be in store as this model is still pretty new. And with the http://fieldscdjrblog.com/case-study-price-and-opportunity-cost/ and http://fieldscdjrblog.com/google-creative-writing/ being freshly minted, we may not see a major redesign for a few years. The good news on that, is that if you’re in the market for a new Subaru, now is a good time to take a look.
The Global Platform initiative is aiming at a full transition by 2020, but for now, you can rest assured that Subaru is still hard at work to ensure that each and every vehicle is made to standards, with love and care. For all your Subaru needs, head on down to O’Brien Ft. Myers Subaru today.