Subaru WRX STi debuts in Detroit

Subaru WRX STi debuts in Detroit

We already know that the premiere of Subaru WRX will take place in Los Angeles, and here more powerful version, STi will be, seemingly, shown in January on an auto show in Detroit.

The Motoring edition reports that the novelty will receive a new, aggressive weather-cloth of a body and the increased back spoiler. Additional settings of the chassis for controllability improvement Besides, are expected.

In Australia the Subaru WRX will be presented only with the 2,5-litre engine. The younger version will develop 265 h.p. and 330 Nanometers of a torque, and Subaru WRX STi will have the motor in capacity of 304 "horses" with a torque in 393 Nanometers.

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