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I am the new exhaust fan

The latest entry in the long-running Subaru exhaust fan saga may not be for sale, but it certainly seems like it’s getting some serious attention.

Subaru says that it has just acquired the exhaust fan technology developed by a company called EmDrive.

The company says it has designed a device that can be attached to any vehicle and turn it into an exhaust fan that will keep your car cool while it’s parked or in use.

It also claims that the EmDrive exhaust fan can also be attached on vehicles with a low-profile front fascia.

Subaru’s new device uses an array of sensors to track airflow and temperature, and it’s attached to the side of a vehicle to provide an ideal cooling environment.

That cooling effect, Subaru says, is even greater when you’re using a vehicle that has a low bumper and a low floor, like a car like the 2017 Toyota Corolla.

The EmDrive device has two components: the exhaust vent system, and the sensor package that gathers data from the sensors, which are mounted under the hood.

Subaru is also planning to incorporate the Emdrive device into its next-generation Subaru Outback, the first crossover to include a Subaru exhaust system.

As we’ve reported, Subaru is already planning to include an EmDrive sensor in its next model, the 2019 Subaru Impreza.

In the meantime, Subaru will offer EmDrive devices for sale on its website for $150 each, and they will be available from the beginning of the second quarter of 2018.

Subaru won’t make any announcements about the EmDrives for sale at this time.