TOKYO – In addition to moving its vehicles upmarket, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.’s makeover plan includes injecting a little more styling pizzazz. Subaru-maker Fuji, known for its boxy and tall wagons in the U.S., rarely attracts buyers with its design statements. “We’ve been putting a lot of emphasis and particular effort in the design development of our future products,” says Andreas Zapatinas, chief designer-Subaru advanced design. “We realize our cars must be recognizable and ...
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