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subaru Solterra Specs



Brakes

Type (Front)
Ventilated disc brake
Type (Rear)
Ventilated disc brake


Electric Motor

+11kW AC Charge Time 0% to 100% (Hours)
Approx. 6.5
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+150kW DC Charge Time 0% to 80% (Mins)
Approx. 30
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+2kW AC Charge Time 0% to 100% (Hours)
Approx. 35
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+7kW AC Charge Time 0% to 100% (Hours)
Approx. 9.5
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+AC charger maximum output 3 Phase (kW)
11
+AC charger maximum output Single Phase (kW)
7
+Battery Capacity (kWh)
71.4
+Cell number
96
+Charging connector type
AC (Type 2) / DC (CCS2)
+DC charger maximum output (kW)
150
+Electric driving range (NEDC) (km)
485
Figure based on NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test mandated by ADR 81/02. Range figure are laboratory test results only based on standardised testing conditions which measure, energy consumption and range. Actual real world range results will likely be less and to the extent that they are less will depend on a combination of factors including but not limited to load, traffic conditions, driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions. It is for comparison purposes only and not intended to be give an accurate indication of what might be achieved in the real world.
+Energy consumption (NEDC) (Wh/km)
141
Figure based on NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test mandated by ADR 81/02. Range figure are laboratory test results only based on standardised testing conditions which measure, energy consumption and range. Actual real world range results will likely be less and to the extent that they are less will depend on a combination of factors including but not limited to load, traffic conditions, driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions. It is for comparison purposes only and not intended to be give an accurate indication of what might be achieved in the real world.
+Maximum charger output (3-phase AC charging) (kW)
11
+Maximum charger output (DC charging) (kW)
150
+Maximum charger output (Single-phase AC charging) (kW)
7
+Maximum output (kW)
80
+Maximum output (kW)
80
+Maximum torque (Nm)
168.5
+Maximum torque (Nm)
168.5
+Type
Permanent magnet synchronous motor
+Type
Permanent magnet synchronous motor
+Type
Li-ion
+Voltage (V)
355.2
Battery Performance:
Yes
Charge Function:
Yes
Electric Motor - Front:
Yes
Electric Motor - Rear:
Yes
Traction Battery:
Yes


Engine

Engine type
n/a


Measurement

Cargo volume - rear seat up/down (litres)
410
Front track (mm)
1600
Minimum ground clearance (mm)
212
Ground clearance at kerb weight
Overall height (mm)
1650
Overall length (mm)
4690
Overall width (mm)
1860
Rear track (mm)
1610
Seating capacity
5
Tare mass (kg)
2015
Vehicle kerb weight and tare mass varies according to the types of optional equipment included.
Wheelbase (mm)
2850


Steering

Minimum turning circle (m)
11.2
Steering
Electric power-assisted rack-and-pinion


Suspension

Type (Front)
MacPherson strut type suspension
Type (Rear)
Double wishbone type suspension


Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive

Auto
Front/Rear Standalone e-Axles
Manual
n/a


Towing

Maximum tow ball down load
Australian specification for Subaru Solterra is under development and not yet available
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.
Maximum tow ball down load without LDH
n/a
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.
With trailer brakes (max)
Australian specification for Subaru Solterra is under development and not yet available
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.
Without trailer brakes (max)
Australian specification for Subaru Solterra is under development and not yet available
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.


Transmission

D range
n/a
Single-speed automatic transmission (Reduction Gear)
Yes


Wheels and Tyres

Rim size
18x7.5J
Spare wheel
n/a (Puncture repair kit)
Tyres (width, profile, size, load index and speed rating)
235/60 R18 103H
Wheels
18"


Brakes

Type (Front)
Ventilated disc brake
Type (Rear)
Ventilated disc brake


Electric Motor

+11kW AC Charge Time 0% to 100% (Hours)
Approx. 6.5
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+150kW DC Charge Time 0% to 80% (Mins)
Approx. 30
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+2kW AC Charge Time 0% to 100% (Hours)
Approx. 35
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+7kW AC Charge Time 0% to 100% (Hours)
Approx. 9.5
Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the output of the charger being used, starting battery charge, charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery state as well as the age of the battery at point of use. As a result of these factors, charging times may therefore vary significantly. Before charging your Subaru at home, consult with a licensed electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging of your car.
+AC charger maximum output 3 Phase (kW)
11
+AC charger maximum output Single Phase (kW)
7
+Battery Capacity (kWh)
71.4
+Cell number
96
+Charging connector type
AC (Type 2) / DC (CCS2)
+DC charger maximum output (kW)
150
+Electric driving range (NEDC) (km)
485
Figure based on NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test mandated by ADR 81/02. Range figure are laboratory test results only based on standardised testing conditions which measure, energy consumption and range. Actual real world range results will likely be less and to the extent that they are less will depend on a combination of factors including but not limited to load, traffic conditions, driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions. It is for comparison purposes only and not intended to be give an accurate indication of what might be achieved in the real world.
+Energy consumption (NEDC) (Wh/km)
141
Figure based on NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test mandated by ADR 81/02. Range figure are laboratory test results only based on standardised testing conditions which measure, energy consumption and range. Actual real world range results will likely be less and to the extent that they are less will depend on a combination of factors including but not limited to load, traffic conditions, driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions. It is for comparison purposes only and not intended to be give an accurate indication of what might be achieved in the real world.
+Maximum charger output (3-phase AC charging) (kW)
11
+Maximum charger output (DC charging) (kW)
150
+Maximum charger output (Single-phase AC charging) (kW)
7
+Maximum output (kW)
80
+Maximum output (kW)
80
+Maximum torque (Nm)
168.5
+Maximum torque (Nm)
168.5
+Type
Permanent magnet synchronous motor
+Type
Permanent magnet synchronous motor
+Type
Li-ion
+Voltage (V)
355.2
Battery Performance:
Yes
Charge Function:
Yes
Electric Motor - Front:
Yes
Electric Motor - Rear:
Yes
Traction Battery:
Yes


Engine

Engine type
n/a


Measurement

Cargo volume - rear seat up/down (litres)
410
Front track (mm)
1600
Minimum ground clearance (mm)
212
Ground clearance at kerb weight
Overall height (mm)
1650
Overall length (mm)
4690
Overall width (mm)
1860
Rear track (mm)
1610
Seating capacity
5
Tare mass (kg)
2060
Vehicle kerb weight and tare mass varies according to the types of optional equipment included.
Wheelbase (mm)
2850


Steering

Minimum turning circle (m)
11.2
Steering
Electric power-assisted rack-and-pinion


Suspension

Type (Front)
MacPherson strut type suspension
Type (Rear)
Double wishbone type suspension


Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive

Auto
Front/Rear Standalone e-Axles
Manual
n/a


Towing

Maximum tow ball down load
Australian specification for Subaru Solterra is under development and not yet available
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.
Maximum tow ball down load without LDH
n/a
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.
With trailer brakes (max)
Australian specification for Subaru Solterra is under development and not yet available
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.
Without trailer brakes (max)
Australian specification for Subaru Solterra is under development and not yet available
Towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements, tow bar and vehicle design and towing equipment limitations. If the towing mass is greater than 2,000kgs, an Electric Brake Controller must be fitted and is only capable of towing a trailer with a maximum of 2 axles. Requires fitment of optional tow bar accessory. Refer to Owner’s Manual for towing instructions. For further information, ask your local Subaru Retailer.


Transmission

D range
n/a
Single-speed automatic transmission (Reduction Gear)
Yes


Wheels and Tyres

Rim size
20x7.5J
Spare wheel
n/a (Puncture repair kit)
Tyres (width, profile, size, load index and speed rating)
235/50 R20 104V
Wheels
20"