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Subaru släpper 170 elbilar i Japan Stella är namnet
Subaru släpper 170 elbilar i Japan

Nu ger sig också Subaru in i elbilsträsket med sin Stella och inledningsvis ska man få ut 170 exemplar som ska testas på japanska marknaden.

Elmotorn får sin energi från lithium ion-batterier och laddningstiden ska nå ner till runt 15 minuter (för 80 % batterikraft) via en snabbladdare. Toppfarten anges till 100 km/h och räckvidden till 90 km.

Testbilarna landar på motsvarande 390 000 kr och mer finns att läsa nedan.

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FHI to Launch - Subaru Plug-in STELLA - EV in Japan

Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI), the maker of Subaru automobiles, today announced the launch of its Subaru Plug-in STELLA electric vehicle (EV), which is equipped with a high-performance lithium-ion battery. The model will be sold in Japan directly through FHI. Delivery will start from late July and around 170 units of delivery in total will be planned in this fiscal year (by the end of March 2010). After-sales services will be provided through some Subaru dealerships designated by FHI.

The Subaru Plug-in STELLA was developed based on the Subaru STELLA mini car. It combines the EV system with the compact and light body, which offers an adequate and convenient means of transportation for daily commuting. It also achieves 90km* range of driving featuring the most appropriate number of batteries required for city driving. (*Claim based on Subaru research. Driving range when driven in 10-15 mode of Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.)
The EV can be re-charged up to 80% of its capacity in 15 minutes using the quick charging system, whereas it's also fully rechargeable in 8 hours with AC100V household power outlet or 5 hours with AC200V. The car not only offers zero CO2 emissions during driving but also dramatically reduced level of CO2 produced in the process of electric generation, compared to the petrol engine vehicle's emissions level. The Subaru Plug-in STELLA's new mobility combines utility, practical driving range and environmental friendliness.

The electric motor of the EV, mounted in the engine room, generates 47kW of maximum power output. The Subaru Plug-in STELLA offers powerful and smooth acceleration, making full use of the advantages of the electric motor. It generates maximum torque from the start. It also recovers inertia energy in deceleration through a regeneration system, which further enhances the energy efficiency.

The manufacturer's suggested retail price of the Subaru Plug-in STELLA is 4,725,000 yen (including consumption tax). It was approved by the "Next Generation Vehicle Promotion Center" as a vehicle whose users are offered a subsidy of 1,380,000 yen. Additional tax reduction will also be expected due to special measures conducted by Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

FHI pursues the perfect integration of a pleasant and reliable driving with environmental considerations in its vehicle development philosophy. In its efforts to constantly enhance its current power unit line-up, FHI positions the EVs as one of the viable solutions and key technologies for environmental preservation, and it will further research and develop its EVs.

Major specifications:

Length × Width × Height: 3395 × 1475 × 1660 mm
Curb weight: 1,010kg
Passenger seating: 4
Max. speed: 100km/h
Per-charge driving distance: 90km (10-15 mode)
Electric motor Permanent magnet synchronous system
Max. power output: 47kW
Max. torque: 170Nm
Drive-train: Front-wheel drive
Battery type: Lithium-ion batteries
Total voltage: 346V
Total energy: 9kWh

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37.0° 0 Erik Svensson Erik Svensson
tis. 9 jun 2009, 10:35
Subaru släpper 170 elbilar i Japan Stella är namnet
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Alltså, helt seriöst, vem fan betalar 400' för en batteribil med en räckvid på 9 mil och en toppfart på 100kmh?
Om de vill att elbilarna skall slå så måste de göras betydligt mer attraktiva även för folk utanför miljörörelsen.

Hur tänker de egentligen?
av Kingen, tisdag 09 juni 2009 kl 10:39
Eller hur, och de måste ju även bli betydligt mer fagra för att locka till köp. Tesla verkar ju vara de enda som fattat detta hittills.
av Flumbo, tisdag 09 juni 2009 kl 11:21
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