Subaru's presence as a brand defined by all-wheel drive have created several cutting-edge utility vehicle ideas. Considered by some as a pioneer for the modern family-oriented crossover vehicle segment, the Subaru Forester was first sold in the United States for 1998. While the Forester has remained a mainstay, Subaru also created the premium-focused Tribeca and recently the XV Crosstrek. The two-door Subaru BRAT sold in the United States during the 1970s and 1980s was an unorthodox pickup truck that could be classified as a sport utility vehicle. For a brief period during the 2000s, the Japanese brand revived the BRAT concept for an open-bed vehicle built on an Outback platform called the Subaru Baja.