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Subaru to Debut Two "E-Boxer" Electrified Vehicles in Geneva

Source: motortrend.com   ( Home & Auto > Auto )

Feb 11, 2019 4:00 PM 1+ week ago

Subaru may be late to the electrification game, but it looks like it’s trying to make up for lost time. The automaker will debut two electrified vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Subaru didn’t say which models will receive the e-Boxer treatment. It also didn’t reveal whether the models would be conventional orRead more.

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