2022 New York Auto Show: Subaru Solterra EV | Consumer Reports

2022 New York Auto Show: Subaru Solterra Ev | Consumer Reports 1

The Solterra is the result of a joint venture between Subaru and Toyota, and is Subaru's first fully electric car. The Solterra will be sold with all-wheel drive only with an expected range of about 220 miles. On the inside, the gauge cluster is unique, in that the driver looks over the top of the steering wheel to see the screen, rather than through it.

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10 Comments on "2022 New York Auto Show: Subaru Solterra EV | Consumer Reports"

  1. Christopher Figueroa | April 15, 2022 at 6:13 AM | Reply

    Why it look so similar toyota new Ev?

  2. The dash board Designer should make a Fisher Price dashboard for a dystopian parallel universe, in which, if your tiny display is not firmly strapped down by the sides the car will implode.

  3. Right Lane Hog | April 15, 2022 at 6:33 AM | Reply

    I expect many consumers will have more confidence in a Subaru built by Toyota than a Toyota built by Subaru

  4. 9 hr charge time for 220 miles of range. I thought the 0-60 and HP were pathetic. I’ve bought several new Subarus over the years, but the Solterra won’t be one unless they make significant improvements.

  5. Adrian Cooper | April 15, 2022 at 7:08 AM | Reply

    Nice, but you can see it’s a rush job that Toyota and Subaru did to just put an Electric Vehicle on the market. It’s not an EV only platform solely made for electric cars. Charging times and range are marginal! I put over 200 miles a day on my current Subaru.
    Seriously, they need to developed something with 800 V architecture for faster charging and something that gets 250 to 300 miles of range.
    Take a lesson from the Korean car companies (Kia, Hyundai) and the Chinese automotive industry (SAIC, Geely, BYD, Xpeng) on how to make electric cars.

  6. Toyota looking tail lights and center console.

  7. You missed
    To mention the most important thing. What’s the starting price on this

  8. Golly gee. “Only” 9 hours to fully charge an EV. It took me a grand total of 5 minutes to fill up my old school ICE car. Until charging an EV is as quick and convenient as filling up an ICE car, NO SALE.

  9. That instrument cluster looks like it is located where it would impede your vision, especially your night vision.

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