The first teaser image of the car previously known as the Ford Mach 1 was released overnight.
Said to be inspired by the Mustang, the Mach 1 is a fully electric crossover due to go on sale globally from 2020, and which will spearhead the company's push into the world of battery-electric cars.
Ford has previously indicated the crossover will have a range of around 480 kilometres (300 miles).
Despite dropping turbocharged petrol and diesel options from the 2019 Forester, Subaru won't rule out the return of a performance variant of its new-gen SUV in the future.
Speaking to CarAdvice at the launch of the all-new Forester, Subaru Australia boss Colin Christie said that while a hot Forester isn't available at the moment, it's not a firm no for the future.
"Shame it's an SUV," wrote one of our Instagram followers on Tuesday, following the global unveiling of the all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQC in Sweden.
There was a time, early in this modern era of electric vehicles, when car enthusiasts couldn't possibly get on board with the thought of owning an EV.
Subaru has opened up its online ordering system to its entire range, but still supports the dealership model, according to the brand's local boss.
Speaking with CarAdvice at the launch of the all-new Forester, Subaru Australia managing director, Colin Christie, said dealerships are still critical to the brand in Australia.
The Volvo 360c concept, unveiled overnight, shows what the Swedish automaker thinks a future autonomous electric car might look like.
According to Volvo, the 360c concept "capitalises on the freedom in design" afforded by fully autonomous electric vehicles, as they would not need a steering column or reserve a large area for a combustion engine.