It takes a special type of bravery to succeed at the Isle of Man TT. Winding its way through towns and villages along the British outpost's coastal road, riders regularly average over 200 km/h on the TT's 60 km course. This year's event has seen two new records set, with Subaru smashing its previous best for cars and motorcyclist Michael Dunlop becoming the first person to cover the course in under 17 minutes.Read More
IBM Japan has teamed up with Subaru to investigate how its Watson Supercomputer could help improve the automaker's EyeSight driver assist technology. As well as developing a data analytics system, the two companies are keen to integrate cloud and artificial intelligence technologies, which bodes well for the ongoing development of autonomous, networked cars.
Subaru has stopped the strip tease and finally whipped the covers off its new production Impreza in New York. Built around Fuji Heavy Industries' new modular platform, the new Impreza promises to combine high levels of active safety with a sharp new chassis that will hopefully return Subaru to its World Rally Championship winning best.Read More
Fuji Heavy Industries has unveiled the new architecture that will underpin Subaru's next generation of cars. The Subaru Global Platform (SGP) is designed to offer greater refinement, safety and a sharper handling experience, as well as helping to cut down on development costs across its range. Read More
As the model perhaps most associated with Subaru's name, the Outback has come a long way since its introduction decades ago. Originally based on the small Impreza hatchback, the Outback grew into its own and now shares underpinnings with the award-winning Legacy sedan. Subaru introduced a very accomplished redesign of the Outback for the 2015 model year and that redesign carries forward into 2016 with some excellent updates, especially on the technology front.Read More
The Linux Foundation began a new initiative in 2012 called Automotive Grade Linux as an open-source project to develop common Linux-based software cores for connected cars. Now major automakers like Ford, Mazda, Mitsubishi, and Subaru have joined AGL alongside existing members Toyota, Nissan, and Jaguar Land Rover.Read More
The Subaru WRX was literally named after World Rallycross. It's the car that wins championships. It's also street-legal, in the form of the base WRX and its race-ready STI brother. Gizmag drove both of them with white-knuckled abandon.Read More
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