Subaru Announces Production Sales and Export Results for November 2020
1. Domestic production decreased as the production of the Forester and other models declined.
2. Overseas production decreased as a result of production adjustments due to the delay in components transportation.
Sales in Japan
1. Sales in Japan increased, led mainly by strong demand for the Subaru Levorg.
Exports from Japan
1. Exports declined due to decreased shipments of the WRX and other models.
About Subaru Motors
Subaru automotive business is known for the Subaru brand. Ever since the launch of the Subaru 360 in 1958, Subaru continually pursued to offer vehicles with outstanding safety and driving performance in a variety of driving conditions as well as intelligent packaging. This concept is shared by every vehicle Subaru makes, and it was with this mindset that Subaru developed its Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system. Our Symmetrical AWD features a symmetrically-laid-out drivetrain with Subaru’s compact, low-center-of-gravity horizontally-opposed “Boxer” engine positioned in line with it.
Through these technologies, we achieve the Subaru ideal of drivability that stays true to driver intentions, enabling reliable performance in any weather and all road conditions. In readiness for emergencies, we supplement such active safety features by simultaneously enhancing pre-crash and collision safety performance.
In 2010 Subaru Motors equipped the Legacy and Outback with EyeSight (ver.2), a driver-assist system that prevents collisions and minimizes damage in the event of an accident. Also, in 2014 Subaru introduced EyeSight (ver.3) on the Subaru Levorg, enhancing every function of the system and adding new steering assist control. Through such innovations, we strive to create vehicles that anyone can drive with peace of mind.
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