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Subaru Forester Embarks On Life's Daily Adventures - Visibility 15 seconds
Subaru has launched a new brand campaign, featuring the all-new Subaru Forester, in-line with the #OneLittleMoment social movement. Focused on bringing to life Subaru's philosophy of "every moment is a chance to do", the 60-second commercial features a father and son embarking on a journey together, before they're interrupted by a train crossing.
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Date Published: 21 September 2018
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Subaru has launched a new brand campaign, featuring the all-new Subaru Forester, in-line with the #OneLittleMoment social movement. Focused on bringing to life Subaru's philosophy of "every moment is a chance to do", the 60-second commercial features a father and son embarking on a journey together, before they're interrupted by a train crossing.

Subaru has launched a new brand campaign, featuring the all-new Subaru Forester, in-line with the #OneLittleMoment social movement. Focused on bringing to life Subaru's philosophy of "every moment is a chance to do", the 60-second commercial features a father and son embarking on a journey together, before they're interrupted by a train crossing.

Subaru has launched a new brand campaign, featuring the all-new Subaru Forester, in-line with the #OneLittleMoment social movement. Focused on bringing to life Subaru's philosophy of "every moment is a chance to do", the 60-second commercial features a father and son embarking on a journey together, before they're interrupted by a train crossing.

Subaru has launched a new brand campaign, featuring the all-new Subaru Forester, in-line with the #OneLittleMoment social movement. Focused on bringing to life Subaru's philosophy of "every moment is a chance to do", the 60-second commercial features a father and son embarking on a journey together, before they're interrupted by a train crossing.

Subaru has launched a new brand campaign, featuring the all-new Subaru Forester, in-line with the #OneLittleMoment social movement. Focused on bringing to life Subaru's philosophy of "every moment is a chance to do", the 60-second commercial features a father and son embarking on a journey together, before they're interrupted by a train crossing.

Subaru is encouraging all Australians to appreciate the little moments in life, through the launch of a social movement, #OneLittleMoment. Subaru has been part of Australian family life since 1973, forging a proud history of getting Australians to where they need to be, no matter how rough the road.

Subaru has launched the new generation of its best-selling Forester All-Wheel Drive wagon, featuring fantastic new technologies, including the brand's first-ever driver recognition system, enhancing convenience and safety. The fifth-generation Forester Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) debuts with the Subaru Driver Monitoring System - Driver Focus (DMS) - enabling drivers to personalise cabin preferences – a first for a mainstream brand in Australia.

A sixth place finish on Heat 2 of The Courier Eureka Rally in Ballarat, Victoria, today secured valuable points for Subaru do Motorsport team in the CAMS Australian Rally Championship 2018, despite a collision with a kangaroo denting progress.

The Molly Taylor and co-driver Malcolm Read Production Rally Car (PRC) class Subaru All-Wheel Drive turbocharged WRX STI, in the Les Walkden Rallying (LWR) service area during the rally in Ballarat.

The Subaru do Motorsport team has made a strong start over the first fours stages of Heat One of Lightforce Rally South Australia this afternoon, seizing overall second place following a mechanical mishap for CAMS Australian Rally Championship leader Harry Bates. Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes, in the Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI, were consistently second to Nathan Quinn's Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX over the quartet of stages.

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Subaru do Motorsport team is in a super-tight contest for leadership of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship 2017, following a superb second place on Leg Two of the National Capital Rally, ACT, today. Molly Taylor and co-driver Bill Hayes, in the Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI, fought a war of attrition as wet morning weather played a key factor close to the national capital. While Championship points have yet to be announced, Nathan Quinn, the leader going into the Canberra event, will likely have forfeited top place to either Harry Bates or Molly Taylor, after losing valuable time with a puncture on a morning stage, relegating him to 4th in the rally at the day's end.

Subaru do Motorsport team is in a super-tight contest for leadership of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship 2017, following a superb second place on Leg Two of the National Capital Rally, ACT, today. Molly Taylor and co-driver Bill Hayes, in the Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI, fought a war of attrition as wet morning weather played a key factor close to the national capital. While Championship points have yet to be announced, Nathan Quinn, the leader going into the Canberra event, will likely have forfeited top place to either Harry Bates or Molly Taylor, after losing valuable time with a puncture on a morning stage, relegating him to 4th in the rally at the day's end.

Molly Taylor and co-driver Bill Hayes, in the Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI drove to third* place in Heat One of the National Capital Rally.

Molly Taylor and co-driver Bill Hayes used the ultra-reliability of the Les Walkden Rallying-prepared WRX STI to advantage, bagging maximum points, to provisionally elevate the team to second spot in the championship after two rounds.