2015 Subaru WRX Teased Ahead of Los Angeles Show

TTAC Staff
by TTAC Staff
2015 subaru wrx teased ahead of los angeles show

Subaru will reveal the production 2015 WRX at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this month, after showing the concept at the New York Auto Show in the spring. In preparation for the LA show, Subaru has released this teaser image, showing the ‘Rex in ruby red.

Compared to the concept, which was shown in a more traditional WRX blue, the production car appears to be a bit toned down, but with that aggressive functional hood scoop, nobody will mistake it for a base Impreza.

No specifications or feature details have been released so far, but you can expect the same recipe that the WRX has had for a while, including a turbocharged boxer engine, all wheel drive and probably a manual transmission. It’s rumored that the performance versions of the Impreza, the 2015 WRX and the even higher performance STi, will only be offered as sedans.

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  • Mountainman Mountainman on Nov 13, 2013

    It's all about the engine and suspension. Oh, and the hatch. I will never own another car without a hatch. My daily driver 09 Impreza is going strong, but this might tempt me. Will pick it up used if I can. Looking forward to the reveal.

  • Thebanker Thebanker on Nov 14, 2013

    Waiting to reserve judgment for the full reveal. The teaser image is more pleasant than I expected, and the front end is different enough from the regular Impreza. Happy to own a 2013 hatch... Hopefully they continue to offer it. Don't mess this up, Subaru.

  • ToolGuy Seems pretty reasonable to me. (Sorry)
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