Subaru's Latest SUV Has an Unfortunate Acronym

“No F.*.C.K.S given.”

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Japan automaker Subaru recently took to the 2020 Singapore Motor Show to showcase some of its latest models, and among them is the brand’s newest edition of its Forester SUV, which came with a rather unfortunate name.

Fully named the Forester Ultimate Customised Kit Special edition, many Twitter users have noticed that the name could be abbreviated to F.*.C.K.S, a memorable but NSFW acronym. The car has since gained a lot of attention on the Internet, blowing up on Twitter, as you can see below.

As to the SUV itself, this F.*.C.K.S edition has been kitted out with Subaru’s signature electric blue, with red stripes running down the sides and acid green brake calipers. The interior has received the STI treatment, but aside from that, the specs of the car has yet to be released. As of writing this article, Subaru has also made no public comment on the SUV’s rather comedic name.

Elsewhere in the automotive world, Lamborghini is developing a hybrid powertrain for its Urus SUV.

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