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Subaru Transcare is not a specific model but rather a range of modifications available for Subaru vehicles to enable their use by elderly or disabled persons. The company featured this range at the 38th Tokyo Motor Show, 2004, under the slogan "Open all roads: Vehicles for broadening opportunities and enriching life".
Available modifications include:
- Hand controls enable drivers to perform braking and acceleration by hand
- Seats that turn outwards, extend beyond the door frame and lower automatically with a wireless remote control
- Automatic wheelchair loading with a lift that lowers to ground level and automatic sliding door
- Additional belt across the chest to prevent the person from falling forward during stops
- Lowered floors with steps that automatically come out when the door is opened
- Ambulance style rear gurney loading with rails and bracing facilities
- "Exhibition outline of the 38th Tokyo Motor Show for Commercial & Barrier-free Vehicles". Press release. Fuji Heavy Industries. 14 October 2004. Retrieved 21 October 2011.
- "Subaru Introduces the All-New Legacy". Press information. Fuji Heavy Industries. 23 May 2003. Retrieved 21 October 2011.
- "Fuji Heavy Industries Gives the Subaru Forester a Major Facelift". Press release. 27 January 2005. Retrieved 21 October 2011.
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