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Subaru is celebrating 50 years since the debut of their first all-wheel drive system and having sold 21 million AWD vehicles since.

19 Sep 2022 | International News : Japan

Subaru is celebrating its 50th anniversary of the debut of its All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system this year. Since the introduction of the Subaru Leone 4WD Estate Van, Japan's first mass-produced AWD passenger car in September 1972, the company has produced about 21 million AWD vehicles to date.

AWD models currently account for 98% of Subaru's global sales, and all of those AWD models feature the Subaru Symmetrical AWD system fitted with the horizontally-opposed 'Boxer' engine.

Subaru has sold 21 million AWD vehicles since 1972, and has since been a feature synounymous with the brand
Subaru has been continuously honing its AWD capability under the philosophy of 'human-oriented car making', to deliver a greater sense of unity with the vehicle while offering increased 'Enjoyment and Peace of Mind' to the driver and passengers.

The Japanese car maker claims that its goal is to achieve the motto of 'Enjoyment and Peace of Mind' to their customers around the world, by further enhancing its unique core technologies while advancing technologies to meet the needs of changing times.

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