r00kieYeah I'm not if it'd doable with the Subaru AWD system or not. I do know that ev conversions are a thing but are an obscure part of car culture at the moment. @MichiganCatFart can weigh in on that more.
The more I think about it it would probably just be simpler to use a more normal differential in the front rather than the Subaru transmission. Like the motor would be mounted directly to the front differential immidiately behind it on the front output shaft and then just a normal driveshaft going from the rear output to the rear diff. The dual motor stuff is really cool but I am more interested in stuff that allows for a simpler conversion. Like if all you had to buy was the motor (and supporting controllers and batteries) and an additional diff, a new driveshaft and CV axles, and some supporting parts to mount to the existing subframe that would be so cool, especially for stuff like Subaru that is already has a reputation for parts that are cross compatible on multiple vehicles
I've got so many ideas kicking around in my head for an EV conversion, or really any sort of weird vehicular silliness. I'd love to do it someday and actually put my mech engineering skills to use but I currently don't have the tools, time, funds, or career prospects to get me there.