Subaru has issued a statement on the "unfortunate" car that won't be available in the US

Awe man! Have a sense of humor, will you...

January 13, 2020
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Attention immature people and those with a sense of humor.  This.  Is.  Hilarious.  Clearly an oversight that someone got scolded for...

The Singapore Motor Show last week was showcasing the brand new vehicles for the new of them, was a brand new special Subaru Forester...majestiacally and immaturely called - The "Forester Ultimate Customized Kit Special edition".  Now, if you're smart enough to do so - what would the ACRONYM be for that? I HAVE to spell it out for you!?  hahaha! 

Don't believe me?  Just watch. 

Of course, the internet ran away with this unfortunate naming naturally, Subaru had to issue a statement: 

Via Subaru Press Release: 

Dear Retailer:

Yesterday afternoon we learned about an unfortunate situation related to the name given to a special edition Forester by the independent distributor in Singapore. We want to make sure that you and all of your customers know that Subaru of America, Inc. (SOA) and Subaru Corporation (SBR) had nothing to do with this.

We apologize for any negative feedback this may have caused. SBR has had the name removed from the car at the Singapore Auto Show. We work very hard to build a strong brand image for this company and the naming of this vehicle in no way reflects the values and standards we hold true. Furthermore, we will always do our best to protect our brand’s integrity.

This vehicle was created by the distributor for the Singapore Motor Show and it goes without saying that this car will not be available in the United States market.

Booo!  Why the heck not?  What immature person wouldn't want to drive around a new Subaru Forester - "F*CKS Edition"?  

One more time for the kids in the back: 

Ok. Back to the regular work day.  

I'm a child.  Sorry, not sorry.  lol!