Interesting. Glad Subaru went with conventional steering. Better feel. They also talked about stressing real world range rather than ratings. And I didn't know there's four levels of braking Regen intensity.
Slightly disappointed with the steering. I hoped for possibility to choose but probably it would be "too big difference" to have both variant. I wanted to try the "short" steering as stated with Toyota.
Not deal breaker, just my interest
Regarding real world range I hope it means that you are able to get to that number in more different driving situations (like weather, temperature, speed) not only when going downhill with back-wind.