Subaru sells 10-millionth car in US
The first 5 million took 41 years; the second 5 million took just 10 years.
Subaru is celebrating a significant milestone after selling its 10 millionth car in the US market.
The company says it took 41 years to reach five million units, and just 10 years to double the number.
The Japanese brand was well positioned to take advantage of the crossover boom, recently achieving its 93rd consecutive month of year-over-year sales increases.
The Subaru 360 micro-car was the first model to launch in America, selling just 332 examples in its first year. The company now offers eight model lines and is projected to hit 700,000 deliveries in the US for 2018.
The 10-millionth car was a 2019 Impreza sold at Salt Lake City's Nate Wade Subaru, the oldest Subaru dealership in the country.