Building on a long history and poised to continue to enjoy a cult following in the country, the new WRX conforms to traditional WRX characteristics while elevating the driving experience and premium feel with high specifications and advanced technical engineering. Born out of the World Rally Championship (WRC), the Subaru WRX is revered the world over as one of the most formidable sports vehicles.

The new WRX presents an all-new body design and is available only in sedan form. Embodying the latest in Subaru design DNA, the taut, muscular and wide stance of the new WRX conveys an immediate sense of sporty, powerful driving fun. True to type, the wide body design and aggressive visage impart the kind of cheeky and virile attitude the WRX is famous for, the downsized headlights designed to make the new WRX look like a raptor eyeing out its prey.

The interior of the new Subaru WRX is a pure exhibition of luxury and premium quality meeting a sporty attitude and true WRX functionality. The new cabin is also roomier thanks to the A-pillar being moved. Full leather upholstery and leather detailing is met by red stitching accents, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, soft-touch surfaces and a carbon fibre-like dashboard finish, echoing the exterior’s sporty details. Form follows function, with an ergonomically-sound layout designed to keep the focus on driving, with minimal distraction from auxiliary controls and vehicle functions.

Comfort has always been a WRX selling point and in the new version, this has been reemphasised by the supportive sports bucket seats and an increase in rear legroom specifically, enhancing the WRX’s duality as an everyday vehicle. The 460-litre boot is also larger than before by almost 100 litres, allowing for greater practicality along with the folding rear seats.

Displacing 2.0-litres and naturally featuring a turbocharger, the Direct Injection Turbo (DIT) DOHC Boxer® engine produces 197 kW at 5 600 rpm and a steady 350 Nm of torque between 2 400 and 5 200 rpm. The 0-100 km/h sprint is dispatched in 6.0 seconds in the manual derivative (6.3 seconds for the Sport Lineartronic™ derivative) and top speed is a steady 240 km/h.

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