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Subaru Accidentally Names New Car “F*CKS”

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Earlier this month Singapore held their 2020 Singapore Motor Show. Typically I don’t care about cars, if it runs and works then it’s good enough for me. But this car in particular I really want just because of the name.

Subaru unveiled a new car called the Forester Ultimate Customised Kit Special edition. Or, F.U.C.K.S.

Apparently it was completely accidental and the folks at Subaru didn’t mean for it to have such an interesting acronym. But never the less it doesn’t make me want it any less. Unfortunately as soon as they realized they took down the wording underneath the vehicle and they won’t be offering it in the United States. So it would seem that our chance to own our very own F.U.C.K.S. car has gone out the window. Which is too bad because it looked big enough for a family car.

Subaru of America reportedly found it necessary to disavow itself from the Forester Ultimate Customised Kit Special edition that was displayed at this year’s Singapore Motor Show. The automaker sent a letter to its American dealership network to explain that it “had nothing to do with this” and that “it obviously goes without saying that this car will not be available in the United States market.”Update found at Autoblog.com

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