Forester miota, the global carmaker, will start to build new Subaru Foresters at the Forester Mota factory in Spain.
Forester is a joint venture between Miota and Subaru, a joint project between Subaru and Forester.
Miota is a subsidiary of Subaru.
Miata is a family brand of the Subaru brand, which has a market share of around 15% in the Japanese car market.
Foresters are also used by the likes of Volkswagen and Mitsubishi.
Forests are also the most important source of natural gas for a country of around 10 million people.
Mioto will produce and assemble the new Foresters in Spain, and will also sell the cars to its own customers in the country.
Forester will begin producing the cars in early 2020.
Miota’s CEO, Yutaka Yoshida, said that the collaboration with Forester “will make Foresters even more affordable and make it possible for them to be used in urban environments”.
The company’s new Forester, a 4-door, 4-passenger SUV with a 1.5 litre engine, will be introduced at the end of 2020.
The car will be available in four colours, silver, green, black, and grey.
Foresters first model will be the red, white, and black version.
Miota will manufacture and assemble Foresters domestically and will be making them available to customers worldwide.
Foresters are the fastest-selling cars in the world, according to Autocar.
Forecast Foresters first models will be built in two factories in Spain and in another in the United States.
The company plans to make more than 200 cars a year in total.
Foresteers initial cars will be sold at the Spanish car market, where prices will range from around £10,000 for the base model to £23,500 for the top-of-the-line model.
The cars will also be available to Miota customers in Spain through an online store.
In addition to its collaboration with Miotas foresters, Miota will also produce and produce its own Subaru Forests at the company’s plant in Zaragoza, in the northeastern part of Spain.