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The history of the brand dates back to 1953, when Fuji Heavy Industries was reborn from its own ruins.
It had a difficult history - three years ago it was called Fuji Sangye Limited, this company was engaged in military aircraft before the war, and after the war - everything in a row, eventually falling apart into 12 small companies.
After some time, 5 of them realized that it was more interesting to be together and again merged into one, built according to the same principle as the one that broke up. What was not FHI engaged in the first time!
Tools, buses, scooters, aircraft engines — its portfolio was much larger.
The vast experience accumulated over the years of conducting military aviation allowed us to achieve excellent results
In 1954, FHI became interested in the idea of creating a popular Japanese car.
The small country still had not recovered from the crushing defeat and the car remained a luxury.
A very successful P1 model was developed (now it is also known as the Subaru 1500), which was never intended to go into production.
But on its basis, they created a much simpler and cheaper 360 model.
In 1958, it was put into production and was produced for 11 years, becoming today's Japanese bestseller (six hundred were sold in the first year alone).
This is how a new brand appeared.
Subaru was the first to produce all-wheel drive passenger cars, which were quickly appreciated by outdoor enthusiasts, hunters and fishermen.
To date, the volume of production of Subaru cars is relatively low, especially against the background of the indicators of other Japanese manufacturers.
But the glorious name and good technical indicators ensure the success of any new model — whether it's a tiny Elten or a massive Outback.