SANTA MONICA, CA – Tom Doll, executive vice president and chief financial officer-Subaru of America inc., says increasing competition in the crossover niche his company pioneered requires new and unique. "We have to differentiate ourselves from everybody else," he says. "In the future, you're going to see us offer performance versions of all (Subaru) models," including, he hints, the Forester and Legacy. However, there are no plans for a performance version of the Outback. Doll says the ...
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