Subaru of America, Inc. revealed its all-electric SUV, the 2023 Subaru Solterra, at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The highly anticipated Solterra is packed with new electrification and in-vehicle technology while staying true to its Subaru heritage with industry-leading safety and go-anywhere capability. 

The name Solterra was created using the Latin words for “Sun” and “Earth” to represent Subaru’s commitment to deliver traditional SUV capabilities in an environmentally responsible package. 

Solterra’s high-capacity lithium-ion battery pack provides plenty of daily range. The electric SUV can quickly charge just about anywhere with its Level 2 AC and DC fast charging capability. With DC fast charging, Solterra is capable of charging up to 80-percent of the total battery capacity in under an hour.

To simplify the charging experience while traveling, mobile apps work with the vehicle’s multimedia system to help local thousands of charging options nationwide, including more than 3,000 DC fast-charging stations, and 38,000 Level 2 charging stations. Charging at home is also made easy and affordable with Level 1 or Level 2 compatibilities. 

Solterra owners can explore the city streets and the open road with confidence because the all-wheel drive SUV has an estimated range of more than 220 miles, convenient home charging capability, and access to a national network of charging stations.

Solterra is equipped with an all-new multimedia system with an available 12.3-in touchscreen. The new system comes standard with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and an available wireless charging phone dock in the center console.

Smartphone app connectivity includes remote climate control and remote lock/unlocking, both contributing to a more convenient and connected drive. The remote climate control system can automatically warm up or cool down the vehicle before departure, even when garaged.