Subaru plans to launch a full-electric SUV in Europe within the next five years.
The model will be built on a new electric platform co-developed by Subaru and Toyota called e-TNGA.
In a statement, Subaru said its upcoming EV underlines its "efforts to reduce its environmental footprint in Europe and satisfy a growing demand for alternative powertrains."
Subaru said it will start selling the electric SUV in Europe "in the first half of the 2020s." It will be similar in size to the Subaru Forester model, the automaker said, adding that it will disclose more details in 2021.
A document leaked earlier this year appears to show that Subaru will start production of the car in 2022. The SUV will be called Evoltis, Japanese media reports say.