Question: “What do you do if you are lost in an Icelandic forest?”
Answer: “Stand up.”
Subaru, the powerful little automaker that can, has taken long-legged strides in optimizing its long-standing all-wheel drive credo. Easily tackling the wagon-killing, SUV boom back in the day in style by taking its passenger car platforms and beefing them into desirable, SUV-esque yet non-engorged large crossovers, Subaru has developed a passionate customer base. That infamous Subaru fan base is growing every quarter, as demonstrated by sales numbers that reveal unrelenting and consistently growing sales for the last half of a decade, to date.
What does a success story like Subaru do when it surveys its almost a half of a century of sales in the United States and the accomplishments but wants to keep ahead of the curve?
Read on to find out Subaru's latest groundbreaker and where it took us.