Subaru has announced pricing for the 2014 WRX and WRX STI models, with the WRX four-door starting at $26,790 including a $795 destination and delivery fee. Continue Reading...
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Subaru has announced a limited edition Impreza WRX model for the Japanese market, called the STI tS Type RA. Continue Reading...
At the New York Auto Show, Subaru wowed the crowds with the stylish WRX Concept, and now the brand is testing what will actually be the new WRX, with our spy photographers managing to grab some pictures of it on the Nurburgring. Continue Reading...
Celebrating its rally heritage, the Subaru WRX has always sacrificed a certain level of on-road performance so as to maintain its off-road capability. That, however, will change for the next generation model. Continue Reading...
Previewing what is to come to one of its most popular performance cars, Subaru unveiled the WRX Concept at the 2013 New York Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Subaru has announced its lineup for the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, where enthusiasts will undoubtedly be interested to see its BRZ Premium Sport Package Concept, Forester Sport Concept, and XV Sport Concept. Continue Reading...
According to reports, the Subaru Impreza and WRX STi models are being cut from the Japanese automaker’s lineup in the United Kingdom. Continue Reading...
Before their debut at the 2012 SEMA Show, Subaru has unveiled special editions of the WRX and WRX STI that will be produced in a limited run of just 300 units. Continue Reading...
America has been notorious for missing out on awesome, high-performance cars from Japan, and now we’ll get to miss out on a 335-hp Subaru WRX STI. Continue Reading...
Turbocharged vehicles are quickly becoming the answer to having a fuel-efficient vehicle, with exciting performance. They seem to all be geared towards the sensible enthusiast, offering sporty dynamics, while still getting solid fuel efficiency. Here’s some of the upcoming turbo-charged vehicles you can expect in the next few years. We’ve got some spy-pictures, and concept… Continue Reading...
There are some surprises on this list. Continue Reading...
The next generation Subaru WRX may bring about a new, ground-breaking electric turbo when it finally sees production at the end of 2013. Continue Reading...
When the 1973 Volkswagen Beetle first came out, it was powered by a 1.3L air-cooled engine with a mere 44-hp. Considering there are over 70 cars that make 500-hp or more, the stock Beetle powerplant just doesn’t cut it these days. So imagine what this Beetle feels like packing at least 282-hp with a 2.0L… Continue Reading...
Subaru has announced that Andrew Aquilante and Bret Spaude will return as factory team drivers for their entry in the Grand Sport (GS) class of the 2012 Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. The first round of the series will take place at Daytona International Speedway on January 27th, 2012. Subaru will be fielding a race-prepped… Continue Reading...
Subaru has confirmed that their next generation WRX will pack a new 2.0L turbocharged flat-four powerplant with a targeted horsepower rating of 270-hp. The powerplant will be a turbocharged version of the FA20 powerplant found in the new Subaru BRZ. Despite being half a liter smaller than the current 2.5L, 265-hp engine, the turbocharged FA20… Continue Reading...
Travis Pastrana needs no real introduction but after seeing a video of his record-setting Mt. Washington Climb, we felt a tad empty. Sure it had some awesome footage of the car sliding around as it ascended the mountain, but we just thought something was missing. Thankfully another video has surfaced in full HD that satisfies… Continue Reading...
What hasn’t Travis Pastrana done in that little Subaru that could? If it wasn’t cool enough for him to fling across the Long Beach Pier for New Years, he’s gone and conquered Mt. Washington, setting a new record (by 22 seconds) that hasn’t been touched since 1998. And if the 6 minute and 20.47 second… Continue Reading...
So clearly drifting has swept America by storm, skipping all the way across the ocean from Japan. And now it’s influencing other forms of motorsports out in the Middle East. But there is something interesting about what they’re trying to do: it’s not quite the drifting that we’re used to seeing, nor is it quite… Continue Reading...
Osamu Namba, Subaru‘s new design chief wants to help move the company from a cult brand adored by outdoorsy types, Snowbelt buyers and performance enthusiasts into a mainstream brand capable of competing with offerings from major automakers. “We want to broaden the appeal to make it accessible to more than a small, loyal crowd,” Namba… Continue Reading...
Subaru’s Impreza WRX and STI models are some of the best performance cars money can buy, but customers in the United Kingdom will now have an extra incentive to buy one of Subaru’s boxer-engined hatchbacks. Prodrive, a British motorsports engineering firm long associated with Subaru, is offering a free upgrade package for the WRX and… Continue Reading...