Subaru Unveils the 2015 WRX STI

by SpeedLux

A Japanese automaker that really knows how to produce a road-legal high performance vehicle, Subaru, has now officially taken the veil off its 2015 model year WRX STI rally car. The car is now making its world premiere at the New York Auto Show event as well. Bearing the VT15x moniker, the car will reportedly take part in the upcoming X Games Rallycross as well as the Red Bull Global Rallycross competitions.

More details of the vehicle are now available at this year’s New York Auto Show event. The car can be seen coming with a wide body kit in addition to a set of racing wheels from METHOD. Its aerodynamics have also been improved as well, it seems. Drivers racing with the car will also notice that it now features a revised suspension geometry and also an optimized distribution of weight.

As for the power that resides under the hood of the vehicle, drivers can expect to benefit from a 2.0L Boxer engine. This engine is well capable of spitting out no less than 580 HP of power output. The car will also benefit from a SADEV 6-speed sequential gearbox delivering power to all of its wheels. Thanks to such an engine configuration, the car will take only 2 seconds in order to go from an idle position to reach the speed of 100 km/h.

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