Before Subaru sent the tiny 360 car to North America, Fuji Heavy Industries produced the Rabbit scooter, which was sold in the U.S. as early as 1957. PS: The original version pre-dates the famed Vespa from Italy.
In today’s video, the Subaru Vintage Garage looks at how the brand arrived on American highways.
The first commercials for Subaru pronounced the import brand as Sue-BAR-oo, and points out that the car was “cheap and ugly.”
Redesigned crossover SUV aces off-road trail as well as highway cruising and city driving
Fourth annual Scottsdale car show celebrates vehicles made after 1975
1983 compact pickup is Pick of the Day
STI has set records from World Rally events to the Nurburgring
H&H Classics claimed a world auction record price for a Subaru at its recent Motor Sport Hall of Fame auction at the RAC’s Woodcote Park Estate in Surrey, England.
The Subaru Impreza WRC97 (chassis No. 001) that helped the automaker win its third consecutive World Rally manufacturers’ championship in 1997.