The Solterra has more traditional design elements than its twin, but it still looks unique. The front end has a hexagonal black trim piece that looks like a conventional grille.
As well, the Solterra has some minor changes to the headlights and tail lights.
In addition, the Solterra is getting an actual steering wheel along with haptic buttons, a low dashboard and a large centre console.
The interior looks to be clean, with modern and traditional elements sprinkled throughout.
However, what is under the hood is what is turning eyes. The e-Subaru Global Platform pairs a 71.4 kWh battery pack with one or two electric motors.
The front-wheel-drive, with one motor, has a range of 531 km.
At the same time, the all-wheel-drive option with two electric motors has a range of 458 km.
The Solterra also accept DC fast-charging of up to 150 kW, which provides an 80% charge in 30 minutes. The vehicle also features a heat pump to reduce losses in cold weather.