The next evolution of Subaru power is here. The Subaru all-electric vehicle lineup starts with the all-new 2023 Subaru Solterra EV SUV, but there is much more to come. A Subaru EV takes all of the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive capability, advanced active safety technology, and trusted longevity and reliability that Subaru vehicles are known for and combines them with the next-generation e-Subaru Global Platform, a new all-electric vehicle architecture.
We've made it easy to understand and access the conveniences an EV gives you, like charging at home or through our trusted networks, leaving you more freedom to explore.
With a Subaru EV, you can leave home each morning with a full charge so you're always ready to go anywhere. Just like your smartphone, you can simply plug in to a standard wall outlet when you get home with the included Level 1 120V charger and wake up to a fully charged battery. You can get an even faster charge by using a Level 2 240V charger - like the kind used for an electric clothes dryer. Other Level 2 chargers are available for public or customer use at retail stores, hotels, and parking lots.
Level 3 DC fast-charging stations with the most powerful charging technology are available at dedicated locations across the nation.
Whether you’re heading across town or the entire country, you’ll have access to over 46,000 public charging stations – including super-fast Direct Current Fast Charging stations (DCFC) that can charge up to 80% of your battery capacity in about an hour – through our partnership with EVgo, the first public EV fast-charging network in the U.S. to be powered by 100% renewable energy. A Solterra can charge at any Level 2 or DCFC, but an EVgo account can streamline the process and the EVgo app makes it easy to find the closest available charger as well as provide turn-by-turn directions to the station.
Disclaimer: 46,000 includes the EVgo charging network and roaming partners. Visit https://www.evgo.com/partner-roaming/. Charge time based on low charge warning light illumination to 80% charge using a 100kW DC fast charger. Charge times can vary depending on many factors, including temperature, type of charging system, and condition of the vehicle and battery. Frequent fast charging can permanently decrease battery capacity. See your Owner’s Manual for complete details on system operation and limitations.
With no tailpipe emissions and no need for gasoline or oil changes, owning an efficient, capable Subaru EV is the easiest way to enjoy everything the natural world has to offer while protecting it at the same time.
Owning a Subaru EV means you can take advantage of possible tax credits, incentives, and discounts, depending on your location and employer. State and local financial incentives, tax credits, and discounts may be available based on your location and employer.
Learn more about additional EV incentives and tax credits.
No combustion engine means no need for fuel or other petroleum products, and if you charge at home, you can expect to only pay approximately $9 to $10 for a full charge 
A Subaru EV is not only more efficient than a traditional combustion engine vehicle, it's also simpler to maintain and doesn't require the same petroleum lubricants for its engine parts. And that doesn't even take into account the time spent waiting for regular maintenance like oil changes. Keep in mind that while a Subaru EV can help you save significant amounts on maintenance, you still need to stay on top of other basic services like tire rotation, brake pads, wiper blades, and other items that wear out or need regular servicing.
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The Subaru Solterra can be charged at your home using a Level 1 120V charger or a Level 2 240V charger. We recommend charging your battery every night, just like your smartphone, so you’re always ready to go anywhere with a full charge. A Level 1 charger is included with your Solterra or you can get a Level 2 240V charger professionally installed in your home for an even faster charge**.
**Time to charge overnight based on Level 2 charging speeds. Charge times can vary depending on many factors, including temperature, type of charging system, and condition of the vehicle and battery.
Since your Solterra can go over an estimated 220 miles on a full charge completed overnight, the need to charge while running errands should not be a common occurrence. Should you need to charge while on the go, you have access to over 46,000 public Level 2 or DC fast-charge stations across the United States. If you do need a charge away from home, your best bet is a DC fast charger with a CCS plug. The super-fast DC charger can charge up to 80% of your battery in about an hour***.
***Charge time based on low charge warning light illumination to 80% charge using a 100kW DC fast charger. Charge times can vary depending on many factors, including temperature, type of charging system, and condition of the vehicle and battery. Frequent fast charging can permanently decrease battery capacity. See your Owner’s Manual for complete details on system operation and limitations.