New Subaru WRX STi Comes With Improved Handling And More Aggressive Looks In Japan

Subaru Tecnica International (STI) has launched a limited edition of the WRX S4 for the Japanese market. The new version of the highly successful high-performance WRX sedan inherits some expertise of the S207 vehicle – a superheated limited-edition WRX STI which had every Subaru fan’s hear racing.

The WRX S4 tS named model, features 10% improved torque during acceleration, better breaking (thanks to Brembo 4-pot brakes) and improved handling, thanks to the flexible tow bar, DampMatic II front suspension with adjustable damping and front-rear Active torque Vectoring.


For the exterior, the improved model comes with a large front under spoiler, a red pinstripe on the mesh grille and the rear bumper, with a black roof antenna and gorgeous 19 inch BBS forged wheels designed by STI that give such a welcome aggressive appeal to the vehicle there.


For the interior, you will an exclusive luminescent speedometer and the STI-spec Recaro front bucket seats. Both making the life behind the wheel and as a passenger, more comfortable & more appealing.

The Subaru WRX STI s4 is created in order to commemorate Subaru’s 2015 and 2016 victories in the SP3T class at the Nurburgring 24-Hour Race. Also, you can order the ‘NBR Challenge Package’ that is optionally available for the STI WRX S4 tS vehicles, adding black a set of forged aluminum wheels, 19 inches in size, a dry carbon rear spoiler with STI logo, an exclusive emblem at the rear and exclusive ultrasuede-wrapped steering wheel.


Prices range from 4,968,000 Yen ($48,972) for the “base model” all the way up to 5,292,000 Yen ($52,165) for the models equipped with the NBR Challenge Package. Take a look at the Subaru WRX STI S4 in detail all in the media gallery added right below.

Been in the automotive industry ever since he got out of high-school. Loves 911's, hates electric-car talk and enjoys racing events. Too tall to drive almost any supercar, but that doesn't stop him from bashing out people that do. Follows the aftermarket tuning industry in depth. Loves to spend time at BMW Welt. Enjoys too much coffee.

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