Subaru plans to limit global production to around 1 million annual units, but the company has a lot of new product on the way, especially in the US. Expect to see a seven-seat CUV, a plug-in hybrid, and a second-generation BRZ in the coming years.
The website for Subaru of Indiana Automotive's (SIA) manufacturing plant in Lafayette, Indiana almost looks like an EPA page, full of talk of wetlands and wildlife. Considering how the plant operates, though, this isn't outrageous. This is Subaru's only plant in the U.S. and is where the Subaru Outback, Baja, Legacy and B9 Tribeca line of vehicles are made. The plant is green because nothing from the manufacturing process ever enters a landfill. Everything is recycled. Well, almost everything. S
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