Subaru presented in world premier its Subaru Forester Black Belt Edition in collaboration with former worldchampion judo Matthias Casse. Limited to 10 + 1 copies – ten for sale and 1 for judo champion Matthias Casse himself – the white Subaru SUV will go on sale from March onwards.
Just a few minutes ago the Japanese car brand Subaru presented in world premier its Subaru Forester Black Belt Edition by former world champion judo Matthias Casse. Limited to 10 + 1 copies – ten for sale and 1 for judo champion Matthias Casse himself – the white Subaru SUV based on the Forester Luxury is equipped with black striping on both sides and black 18-inch wheels. The coolest thing about it all for judo fans for sure is Matthias Casse signature just before the rear tail lights.
Matthias Casse and Subaru signed a partnership in 2015. A well chosen partnership as both are champions in their domain and as Casse is born in 1997, the year the Subaru Forrester was introduced on the market. Since than the car won over 90 awards worldwide and many customers passed the cap of one million kilometers with their beloved car.
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