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Subaru Plans to Establish Electric Vehicle Production Base in Indiana, USA

The CEO of Subaru, the Japanese automotive manufacturer, has revealed that the U.S. state of Indiana is being considered as a prospective location for Subaru’s electric vehicle (EV) production facility in the United States.

Subaru envisions the period from the beginning of this year through 2028 as a pivotal phase for expanding its electric vehicle sales and achieving the ambitious goal of selling 600,000 electric vehicles annually by 2030. This target represents a substantial share, making up half of Subaru’s total sales. On a global scale, Subaru has set its sights on selling 400,000 electric vehicles in the United States.

The CEO of Subaru expressed, “Subaru is still evaluating potential locations for electric vehicle production within the United States.”

Currently, Subaru operates a manufacturing plant in Lafayette, Indiana, where it produces models such as the Legacy and Outback. While this existing facility in Indiana appears promising as a potential site for electric car production, the company has not yet finalized its decision and is carefully considering a range of factors in the decision-making process.

Subaru’s endeavor to establish an electric vehicle production base in Indiana reflects the company’s commitment to expanding its footprint in the growing EV market, aligning with global efforts to reduce carbon emissions and embrace sustainable mobility solutions. This strategic move underscores the increasing importance of electric vehicles in the automotive industry’s future landscape.

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