By Editorial Staff Subaru could introduce a plug-in hybrid vehicle to market next year as well as an all-electric vehicle in 2021.
The Japanese automaker will spend a record $1.2 billion in research and development, as it races to catch up with competitors and keep pace with global emissions regulations, according to a report from Bloomberg.
In an interview with Bloomberg, the Chief Executive Officer Yasuyuki Yoshinaga noted that Subaru
is weighing installing electric powertrains in current models rather than designing an all-new dedicated platforms for electric vehicles.
Rather than concocting new vehicles specifically to serve as EVs, such as Honda did with the Clarity or Chevrolet
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