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Meet The Subaru F.U.C.K.S

That’s “Forester Ultimate Customised Kit Special edition” to you and your uncouth mind


  • By: Dinesh
  • Friday, 10 January 2020
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Meet The Subaru F.U.C.K.S

To the marketing person at Subaru Singapore that had a field day naming the “Forester Ultimate Customized Kit Special edition” that’s on display at the ongoing 2020 Singapore Auto Show, we see you not-so-subtle throw down for people to put the acronym to good use and all we have to say is, “Challenge accepted.”

We’re also always respectful of companies with a sense of humour and it goes without saying that there must’ve been some huge laughs in the Subaru Singapore office as they greenlit the Subaru F.U.C.K.S for a motor show. There, we said it.

The Subaru F.U.C.K.S is based on the honest Forester SUV that we recently sampled. Of course, it’s been riced out but still manages to come out looking like it wasn’t completely shafted in the styling department.

Although we would’ve gone with the STI pink instead of those red stripes on the blue body, it does look decent without being overboard. It rides lower courtesy of 20-inch Enkei wheels on low-profile tyres that hide some acid-green brake calipers behind them. Maybe the person in charge of the project was doing some acid as well… who gives a F.U.C.K.S?

Of course, the headlights and taillights are smoked because that trend absolutely didn’t die years ago.

Contrastingly, the interior is actually pretty impressive with red contrast stitching on the acres of Alcantara and leather. The premium materials make it to the dashboard and door cards as well. Rounding up the ricer theme is Subaru blue footwell lighting.

Pop open the rear hatch and you’ll catch a glimpse of what appears to be a powerful audio system. We’re not sure if it needs to be any louder than the exterior already is but once again… who gives a F.U.C.K.S?

Regardless, we’re just glad Subaru Singapore greenlit this. There's a video below from YouTuber glitchFan2428.


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