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About Subaru WRX

The Subaru WRX is a compact sports car from Japanese automaker Subaru, based on the Impreza model developed for the 1992 World Rally Championship. Since 2014, the WRX model range has been separate from the Impreza. It has a different chassis and is not available as a hatchback/convertible. The first-generation Subaru WRX model was based on the Impreza sedan. The hatchback was launched in 1993. And the first upgraded version was the Subaru WRX ST. It was introduced in 1994. Several first-generation coupe models were offered in the late 1990s and early 2000s. But they were not sold in the U.S. and were highly sought after by Subaru enthusiasts. In January 2017, Subaru announced a number of enhancements for the North American market that address some of the criticisms raised when the model was introduced in 2015. New for the WRX is the Performance package. It includes 8-way adjustable Recaro front seats, a power-adjustable driver's seat, and a removable sunroof to reduce vehicle weight. EyeSight driver information technology is also a new safety package.
The company has launched the STI Launch Edition 2015. It is finished in World Rally Pearl Blue and features 18-inch gold BBS wheels. Only 1,000 examples have been delivered in North America. The WRX received several mid-generation updates for the 2018 model. The 2018 model arrived in dealerships in the summer of 2017. The 2018 WRX and STI continue to feature a standard six-speed manual transmission. Heated outside rearview mirrors are standard on the WRX. A new, larger, high-resolution 5.9-inch multifunction display replaces the previous 4.3-inch display. It allows the driver to have a better view of the vehicle's functions. The Subaru WRX Premium is equipped with a more powerful multimedia audio system. WRX Limited models also feature an 8-way adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support.

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In 2018, the company launched the 2019 Subaru WRX Raiu. It is the first Subaru special edition to be sold in Canada in more than 15 years. This model is similar to the production model. The gray version sold in the U.S. is named after the Japanese word for "storm." This model did not have a CVT transmission, and buyers could only choose a six-speed manual transmission. The Raiu edition was equipped with sporty details, such as rear side spoilers and a unique short shifter. The body color is Cool Gray Khaki and features 18-inch Subaru WRX wheels with black accents. Other upgrades include upgraded Jurassic front calipers and the elimination of rotor bars to reduce weight. The interior front seats feature Recaro suede upholstery with an 8-way driver adjustment.
Subaru has introduced its second limited-edition STI. the 2018 TC380 is one of the most powerful models on the Japanese market. A carbon-fiber rear spoiler improves grip at very high speeds. The manufacturer planned to build only 50 STI TC380s in total. Production continued until all 50 were sold. The special edition WRX STI S209 went on sale starting with the 2019 model year. It will be the first S-Series STI sold in the U.S. and the third S-Series car based on the VA platform. The S209 is Subaru's most expensive model. It will be sold exclusively in the U.S., and 209 units will be built in the U.S. The S209 will be shipped from Subaru's plant in Gunman, Japan, to the Kiryu Kubo plant for conversion. The car will be sold under the STI brand rather than the brand.