CHERRY HILL, New Jersey, U.S.A. — Japanese automaker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s U.S. subsidiary, Subaru of America Inc., plans to build a crossover vehicle based on the ST-X concept unveiled in Los Angeles last year. The new vehicle will be built at its Subaru-Isuzu Automotive Inc. (SAI) assembly plant in Lafayette, Indiana, beginning in the third quarter of 2002 with an annual goal of 24,000 units. Subaru says it will combine its car-based Subaru Outback wagon with the versatility of a ...
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