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Subaru Engine History
Initially Fuji Heavy Industries started out as an Aircraft Research Laboratory in 1915 under the supervision of Nakajima Chikuhei, however in 1932 the research laboratory was reorganised as Nakajima Aircraft Company Ltd. And they served the Japan in the World War II with the production of Aircrafts. It was again reorganised in 1946, after the World War II and renamed as the Fuji Sangyo Co, Ltd., and created the rabbit motor scooter with many spare parts from the aircraft parts from the war. The corporate credit rearrangement act of 1950, played a vital part in breakdown of Fuji Sangyo and the company was divided into twelve divisions and smaller corporations including the scooter manufacturing, coach building, engine manufacturing and chassis building etc, and the car manufacturing division of the Fuji Heavy industry as a new corporation adopted the Subaru cluster of stars as their official logo. Subaru 1500 was the first vehicle rolled out from its production line and it was modified form of P-1 that hold up the status of being first Japanese made monocoque body car. Unluckily, the sales of this car were finished due to financial support complications. Today this industry is a global player in transportation and serving the world with the help of more than 15000 employees across the globe in more than 100 countries. They are the inventors of the modern technologies including all wheels driving system that is most diversified technology in the world. They are now testing several electrical models in Japan including the G4e and the Subaru R1e. In the hybrid car manufacturing they have Subaru Hybrid Tourer concept with a four seat pattern that has gull-wing doors with the combination of 2.0 litre turbocharged engine with the direct injection gasoline system. This model has CVT transmission and two axle mounted motors. Lithium-ion batteries are there to offer the power to the motors. These batteries have an ultimate power storage capacity. Subaru refocused their marketing campaign and resultantly their products started attracting the young and educated sector that was in the fame of SUVs, converted into the practicality rather than the craze of SUVs. A research showed that, the Subaru was on second place amongst the vehicles with the highest resale values in the luxury and passenger vehicles in 2009. A carefully studied segment competition, performance of the vehicles and the trends of the industry awarded the Subaru a second place in the list. Subaru ranked at 50.5% on the customer retention scale; however the national standard was set to 48% for the year 2008.