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Subaru’s New Power Unit System
The new-generation SUBARU e-BOXER combines the SUBARU BOXER engine with an electric motor to provide you with both sporty driving,
as well as a quiet and comfortable cabin without unwanted noises and vibrations, even on rough roads.
SUBARU BOXER Engine
- Max Output: 110 kW (150 PS) / 5,600 - 6,000 rpm
- Max Torque: 194 Nm (19.8 kgfm) / 4,000 rpm
- Max Output: 12.3 kW (16.7 PS)
- Max Torque: 66 Nm (6.7 kgfm)
SUBARU BOXER Engine + Electric Technology
For efficient driving, the SUBARU e-BOXER system adjusts the power-split ratio between the dedicated 2.0-litre direct-injection engine and the electric motor to match the driving condition. When paired with Lineartronic, the result is quiet, smooth, and powerful performance for a comfortable and enjoyable drive in many situations. What’s more, the motor and battery’s longitudinal placement along the vehicle’s centreline complements the vehicle’s stability and balance it gets from the low centre of gravity SUBARU BOXER engine and inherently stable Symmetrical AWD design.
Responsive Handling and Cornering Stability
Where handling may suffer in other motor-assist vehicles due to the extra weight, the strategic placement of SUBARU e-BOXER components maintains overall vehicle balance. The engine is placed low to the ground and the motor in the vehicle’s centre, helping keep the responsive handling and cornering stability that Subaru vehicles provide.
Exhilarating on Highways. Confident on Rough Roads.
SUBARU e-BOXER vehicles rival the acceleration of petrol vehicles a class above, providing both exciting highway performance and confident driving on muddy or bumpy roads.
Convenient City Driving
The compact, high-performance electric motor allows responsive and quick acceleration when cruising or when slowing down, keeping city-driving convenient and stress-free, even in stop-and-go traffic.
Motor Assist System Indicator
Taking off, light-load driving: EV Driving
Medium-load driving: Motor Assist Driving
High-load driving: Engine Driving