To commemorate their 50th anniversary, Subaru has designed a special edition for each model.
It's been five decades of Subaru, and what better way for a car manufacturer to celebrate than with a fleet of special-edition models?
It all started fifty years ago when Subaru debuted its first model: the 360. Now, with a lineup of eight models--including the highly anticipated three-row Ascent--this car maker is better than ever.
The 50th anniversary edition models are available on all current Subaru vehicles:
Exclusive to this edition is a sleek Heritage Blue Pearl exterior paint and 50th anniversary badging found inside and out.
Inside, silver stitching complements the black upholstery, as silver seatbelts add an extra touch. Satin chrome grille surrounds and satin silver finish side mirrors don the exterior for an alluring contrast with the blue.
Each model is based on their top-of-the-line trim, which automatically means that every option comes with a long list of features.
Expect to find Subaru's Symmetrical all-wheel drive, leather-trimmed seating, push button start and a wealth of technology such as EyeSight® and STARLINK™ in nearly all models.
Those who flocked to the Chicago Auto Show earlier this month were given a firsthand look at these stunning vehicles, which were set up in a neat row for optimal viewing.
Quantity is limited for these specific models. The Impreza, Legacy, Crosstrek, Forester and Outback will each get 1,050 models, while 1,050 variants will be spread out across the remaining vehicles.
If you're a diehard Subaru fan or just think they're cool, you better act fast if you want one to call your own.
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