Subaru unveiled the WRX Concept at the New York International Auto Show, which hints at a possible new design direction for the brand.
The lower, sleeker and wider WRX Concept is based on the Subaru BRZ platform. The new design is set to further emphasize the famous Subaru all-wheel drive with more handling and agility.
The WRX Concept will be powered by an all-new, turbocharged engine. However, no powertrain details were released in New York.
The WRX Concept has an overall length of 178 inches, a width 74.4 inches, a height of 54.7 inches, and a wheelbase of 108.7 inches. The new paint color on the display model is “WR Blue Pearl III.”
Another differentiation in the design is the Fluorescent Yellow used as an accent on the WRX badge on the new, bolder front grille, the brake calipers and the exhaust tip finishers. The WRX Concept in New York was also fit with BBS “RI-D” One Piece Forged Duralumin wheels and 245/40ZR20 Dunlop tires with an exclusive tread pattern.
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