Meet the Fast Five
Subaru's STI division is 30 years old. Yes, really. You may know the name best from wildly winged special edition Imprezas (and Legacys, and Foresters...), but Subaru Tecnica International's expertise stretches far wider. Indeed, STI is behind the wonderful World
Hell. Yes.
Two words, one wing, and a hashtag is all the confirmation we need to be happy: It looks like Subaru will finally build a BRZ STI. Yes.Subaru USA's Twitter account simply posted a picture of a rear wing with 'STI'
Available in Japan market for now
While Subaru has built a reputation for building rally replicas like the Impreza WRX STI, it's still volume sellers like the XV that drive sales inside showrooms. Like its Forester stablemate, the XV combines the versatility and ruggedness of an SUV
Lucky dudes from Down Under
We've always had a soft spot for fast Subaru Foresters. Over in Britain, the most exciting Forester currently on sale is the hardly inspiring 2.0XT. In Japan, they get a limited-run STI-enhanced (rather than a full-fledged STI
With the help of these 3 letters: STI
Whether one admits it or not, the mere mention of the name Subaru is enough to elicit feelings of excitement in the hearts of car lovers. Gearheads familiar with the marque know all too well that these rally-bred machines are a
They call it the S207
Many are saying that Subaru has become more mainstream lately. This observation comes from the number of crossovers it has introduced to the market. Models like the XV, the Forester and the Legacy are aimed more at families and lifestyle-oriented individuals.
Limited to just 300 units in Japan
Subaru has built a reputation for building sporty cars, even if most of these vehicles are either high-riding SUVs or everyday compact cars. Thanks to technologies such as Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and horizontally opposed engines, the carmaker manages to achieve
To be displayed at New York Auto Show
Car fans have waited so long for the terms BRZ and STI to come together, joined under the Subaru badge. Well, it just happened--sort of--as the Japanese carmaker unveiled this display car for this year's New York International Auto
3 design concept models
The 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon will be held from January 9 to 11 at the Makuhari Messe in the Chiba prefecture of Japan. As it so happens, Subaru will have a display at the annual event, and the carmaker has revealed the
On specs alone, this car is mouth-watering
There are cars we dream about owning, but once we've sampled them, we often find that there was too much machismo but not enough substance behind the hype. And then there are cars that--though not exactly belonging to the dream
Where is it available?
Subaru's tuning arm, Subaru Tecnica International, has fitted a Forester with its specially manufactured equipment, except it isn't called the Forester STI. Instead, the special vehicle will be known as the Subaru Forester tS, and only 300 examples will be
See the specs and the price
It seems cosmetic enhancements are the in thing these days. As you know, Honda Cars Philippines has made available official Mugen and Modulo products to its customers, and Toyota Motor Philippines has done the same thing with TRD. Some cars of the
Thanks to STI and 3 aftermarket brands
The 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon is only two weeks away and Fuji Heavy Industries, the conglomerate behind the Subaru brand of cars, has revealed that it will have no less than five Levorg sports tourer concept cars on display at the show.
But no turbo yet
Less than a month ago, Subaru subtly announced that it would be releasing a BRZ variant tuned by its Subaru Tecnica International arm. Now, the Japanese carmaker has officially put the car on sale through its domestic-market dealerships, and the car
Well, we expected it
It was inevitable, really. Sooner or later, Subaru\'s tuning arm, Subaru Tecnica International (STI) was bound to work its magic on the BRZ, and that time has come based on some teaser images that STI has put up on its Japanese-
With 40 facts about it
In 1972, the Leone became Subaru's first model to be equipped with its now-famous all-wheel-drive system. Though the system was first offered as an option for the Leone compact wagon, it was subsequently rolled out across the Japanese
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