Subaru's Stella EV is Ready to Electrify All Critics

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 6, 2009 • References: tradingmarkets & motorauthority
Subaru is ready to go with the release of their fully electric powered vehicle, Stella.

Stella is a minivan-looking eco-car that runs on lithium-ion batteries that last about 55 miles at a maximum speed of 62 MPH (100km/h). It also can charge up to 80% of the battery in 15 minutes using a quick charging system. Full battery charging takes 5-8 hours (5 hours on 200v, 8 hours on 100v).

The Stella EV will be on sale in July for ¥4,725,000 (around $40,000 USD) and Subaru plans to limit sales to 170 units.

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