Name That Company
I trace my roots back to Japan in the 1950s, when five companies united to form Fuji Heavy Industries. I took on the name of my most popular car brand in 2017. Meaning “united,” it’s also the Japanese name for the Pleiades cluster of stars. I launched a symmetrical all-wheel drive in 1972, and I plant a boxer engine in each of my cars. My 360 car, introduced in the U.S. in 1968, was called “cheap and ugly,” and claimed to get 66 miles per gallon. My WRX was recently the most-ticketed car in the U.S. Who am I?
Think you know the answer? We’ll announce it in next week’s edition.