All-Electric Subaru Stella On Sale In Japan, Deliveries From July

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Subaru Stella

All-Electric Goes On Sale In Japan

SUBARU AND TOYOTA work to a Subaru hybrid to market in the all-electric version of the Subaru . which combines technology the company’s R1-E prototype the regular Japan-only Stella is about to go on sale in the home

With deliveries scheduled to in late July, Subaru is to sell around 170 units of the Stella between now and March 31, – the end of Japan’s next fiscal

Powered by a high performance battery (petrol/battery hybrids as the Prius draw the electric of their power from batteries), the production version of the Stella returns up to 90km one charge – more enough range for the average dweller.

The plug-in Stella can be charged up to 80 capacity in just 15 minutes a special ‘quick charge’ while a regular AC100 Japanese household power will provide a full in eight hours.

Part of 90km range is gained a regenerative system which inertia energy during enhancing the Stella’s efficient

Almost a featherweight at 1010kg, the Stella delivers a sufficient and 170Nm of torque (which is immediately) through the front courtesy of the Permanent Magnet System.

In keeping with its angle, the Stella has an electronically-limited top of 100km/h.

Despite its diminutive size and low the advanced technology has assured – for now at – that Stella will be the expensive car in its size class, at ¥4,725,000, or $60,700 in Australian

On the bright side, the Japanese will offer a ¥1,380,000 (AU$17,700) through its Next Vehicle Promotion Centre Further tax benefits are expected to environment-conscious buyers pick up the for a good price.

What about the Aussie With Mitsubishi working and for a 2010 release of its similar electric vehicle. Subaru may plan to beat the three red to the punch.

At this point, TMR has unable to confirm Subaru’s in Australia for the Stella.

With third-party battery provider Better Place up with Macquarie Capital and AGL Energy to establish an electric battery charging infrastructure in one thing is certain: we’re in the right direction.

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