Here's Subaru's version of the front-engined rear-wheel-drive coupe it developed with Toyota. Assuming this car eventually goes on sale in the U.S., it will be a departure for the Subaru brand, which is known for exclusively selling all-wheel-drive cars in the U.S.
These models have brought in more money for the manufacturers than any other, according an industry analyst's report.
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