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Subaru Aims to Become No. 1 in Safety

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Mar 20, 2015
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Subaru is putting in a lot of money and efforts in bringing hi-tech features for its future line-up for the year 2015 as Subaru aims to be number 1 in safety

 

The Geneva motor show was spectacular and even more for Subaru as its boss Nobuhiko Murakami announced the all-new 2015 Subaru Outback 2015 and European spec Levorg 2015.

 

Nobuhiko Murakami made a really interesting statement last week on the unveiling ceremony of New European Levorg Sports tourer. “We aim to become the number-one brand for overall safety”, these were the words for Corporate Senior Vice President Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), Murakami.

 

 

Does this statement surprise you? Well, it isn’t that amusing as for last five consecutive years; Subaru is the only auto manufacturer who earned IIHS Top Safety Pick award for every model it built. That’s the most interesting fact about Subaru and surely is the distinction that others just dream of. They want to keep customers trust by building the safest vehicles in the world.

 

Subaru’s wish for excellence resulted in the development of a brilliant driving assist system, “EyeSight”, which has been rated as number one in the automotive industry.

 

 

That’s not all; they have also developed highly rated collision safety system. The introduction of “All-Around Safety” would be the ultimate goal for Subaru as it will protect the pedestrians and passengers.

 

When the all-new 2015 Subaru Outback made its debut at the Geneva motor show this year, it was equipped with the next generation EyeSight which was admired a lot.

 

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