The all-new 2022 WRX is powered by a new 271 hp 2.4-liter turbocharged Subaru BOXER® engine that is paired with either a 6-speed manual transmission or new automatic transmission. With available high-definition tablet-style 11.6-inch SUBARU STARLINK® Multimedia system and latest generation EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology, the 2022 WRX delivers greater performance, technology, and safety than ever before.
• 271-horsepower 2.4-liter turbocharged BOXER engine • Available new Subaru Performance Transmission offers faster up and down shifts • New tablet-style high-definition SUBARU STARLINK 11.6-inch center information display • Built on the Subaru Global Platform • Dual-pinion electric power steering provides quicker response and improved steering feel • New GT trim adds drive mode select, electronically controlled dampers, and exclusive exterior and interior accents • EyeSight Driver Assist Technology with new safety and convenience features available
2024 Impreza RS
About the 2024 Impreza RS:
The RS makes its return with the all new Impreza! This sporty hatchback comes standard with a 2.5 liter SUBARU BOXER 4 cylinder engine pumping out 182 horsepower. The RS comes with sport-tuned suspension, bigger brakes, 18-inch alloy wheels, aluminum-alloy pedal covers, and a premium sport cloth interior with red accents and contrast stitching all make sure that the Impreza RS looks as sporty as it drives.
- 2.5 Liter SUBARU BOXER - 182 horsepower - 18 inch alloy wheels - Sport Cloth interior with red accents
1992 SVX PPG Pace Car
About the 1992 SVX PPG Pace Car:
Subaru teamed up with leading paint maker PPG in 1991 to create an SVX pace car for the CART PPG IndyCar World Series. With its custom purple paintwork, and custom purple leather interior this SVX is one of a kind.
- 3.3 Liter Flat 6 - 230 HP - 228 lb-ft torque - Racing fuel cell with kill switch for track safety - PPG custom purple paint - Custom purple interior
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2011 WRX STI Isle of Man Record Setter
About the 2011 WRX STI Isle of Man Record Setter:
This 2011 WRX STI, piloted by racing legend Mark Higgins to an Isle of Man TT course production-car lap record, began its life as a U.S.-spec production WRX STI. The vehicle is powered by a 2.5-liter DOHC intercooled, turbocharged aluminum alloy 4-cylinder SUBARU BOXER® engine producing 305 hp and features a 6-speed manual gearbox sending power to all four wheels. Mark Higgins, brother of Subaru Rally Team USA driver David Higgins, used the vehicle to break a twenty-year-old lap record for cars at the Isle of Man’s fearsome 37-mile Snaefell Mountain Course, usually reserved for motorcycle racing. This car was the first in a line of what is now three consecutive record-breaking efforts with WRX STI models at the Isle of Man; Higgins would break his own record using a near-production 2015 WRX STI in 2014 and set a new standard in June 2016 with a fully race-prepped WRX STI.
In order to be deemed safe for the narrow and tricky Isle of Man TT course, the vehicle was equipped with a Lifeline fire suppression system, Hockley Motorsports roll cage, Motordrive competition seats, Mintex brake pads, and a louder open exhaust. Suspension additions were Tien springs and dampers to handle the bumpy road circuit and street-legal Pirelli P Zero Trofeo tires. Aside from setting a new record at an average speed of over 115 miles per hour, Higgins also displayed amazing driving skills: with the extra weight of a journalist in the car for his record run, a bumpy section near Bray Hill caused the car to bottom out and begin to slide at 150mph, resulting in a spectacular save that Higgins called “the biggest moment of my life.”
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2024 Crosstrek Wilderness Edition
About the 2024 Crosstrek Wilderness Edition:
Introducing the newest car to the Wilderness line up with the 3rd generation Crosstrek. Subaru has out done themselves with this nimble, sporty and adventures package. The all new Crosstrek Wilderness is ready to take you even further down the trail with its high ground clearance, lower gearing and an even better X-mode.
The fifth-generation Subaru Forester is the roomiest, most capable version of compact SUV ever, featuring segment-exclusive technology as well as core technology including Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and a SUBARU BOXER® engine.
• 9.2-in. ground clearance and increased approach, departure and breakover angles for enhanced trail driving capability • Wilderness-exclusive exterior design features and trim • LED fog lights with hexagon pattern and covers • 17-inch matte black-finish alloy wheels • Yokohama Geolandar A/T 225/60R17 all-terrain raised white letter tires, including full-size matching spare wheel and tire • Front bumper tow points (2) with anodized copper finish covers • Wilderness-exclusive black inner headlight bezel and black inner extension • StarTex® upholstery with copper-color stitching • All-weather floor mats with Wilderness logo on front mats • LED rear gate light • All Forester trim levels have bold new look with redesigned front fascia and grille • Redesigned and strengthened roof rails to increase functionality • New Automatic Emergency Steering feature available
1982 BRAT Camper
About the 1982 BRAT Camper:
San Francisco-based artist Jay Nelson took this incredibly clean 1982 Brat and turned it into a small camper with a pop-up. The interior space features sleeping for three, and the rising roof made from repurposed sails provide for some actually quite cozy living space. For those chilly nights, a small wood stove provides heat. While the 73hp motor manages to get the camper up to speed reasonably well, it is reported that the weight of the camper takes a quite expected toll on the brakes.
Specs: - 73hp 1.8L Subaru BOXER - Sleeping for three - Built in iron wood-burning stove - Camper shell made of wester red cedar
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1978 GF Hardtop
About the 1978 GF Hardtop:
The 1st generation GL came in a lot of different forms and this version is the luxury couple option known as the GF Hardtop in America. This car came standard with a 1.6 liter flat four engine with a 5 speed manual transmission. What sets this particular coupe apart from the other coupes available in the GL line was its square shaped rear quarter window.
- 1.6-liter flat four SUBARU BOXER engine - 77 HP - 83 lb-ft torque - 2015 pounds - Electric clock - Push button AM/FM radio - Tachometer (yes, these are the features that made this car luxurious)
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Alcan 5000 Outback Wilderness
About the Alcan 5000 Outback Wilderness:
The Outback Wilderness takes on one of the longest distance road rallies in North America. The Alcan 5000 rally takes 10 days to complete and covers 5,040 miles of punishment. 30% of this adventurous path is unpaved but that isn’t going to stop the Wilderness from completing this rally from Washington state up to Jasper, Alberta.
Ken Block's 2002 WRX STI Rally Car
About the Ken Block's 2002 WRX STI Rally Car:
Ken Block's 2002 WRX STI Rally Car. Build / Ownership Details:
2002 WRX built as a VSC customer car for privateer driver Bob Wall.
This was during the period when Prodrive was running Subaru Rally Team USA, and VSC was an independent rally shop. SOA did NOT pay to build or run this car—it was entirely owned by either Bob Wall or Ken Block for its history.
Car was built to Group N spec, rather than the later Open Class cars.
Competed in two events in 2003 SCCA ProRally season, owned and driven by Wall
Car was leased from Wall by VSC for Travis Pastrana to drive at 2004 Sno*Drift Rally. This was Pastrana’s first rally event; therefore this is the first rally car ever driven by Travis.
Wall then drove the car for the rest of the 2004 season and into 2005.
In mid-2005 the car was purchased from Bob Wall by Ken Block. Block would use the car for the remainder of the 2005 season, including Pikes Peak, with DC Shoes sponsorship and a white/gold urban camo livery.
In 2006 Ken did a full season in the car, including his first win, at 100 Acre Wood.
Ken also did a couple events in 2007 with it, but he and Travis had mostly moved over to the more developed Open Class entries by then.
With Ken owning the car outright, he was approached by Discovery Channel’s Stunt Junkies to do a record-setting jump stunt. The car cleared 171 feet after overshooting the landing. This was the record later broken by Travis with his 269-foot jump over Long Beach Harbor in 2009.
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Bucky Lasek's Car (VSC STI Hatch)
About the Bucky Lasek's Car (VSC STI Hatch):
This 2013 WRX STI shown wrapped in the very recognizable Subaru PUMA Rallycross livery was driven by Bucky Lasek during the 2013 and 2014 GRC seasons. It won three podiums and two heat wins including a silver medal at the 2014 X games in Texas. This iconic #81 rallycross car was outfitted by Vermont SportsCar and pushes out approximately 550hp giving it a 0-60 time of about two seconds.
Airslayer STI: 2020 Subaru WRX STI Gymkhana Car
About the Airslayer STI: 2020 Subaru WRX STI Gymkhana Car:
The Gymkhana stunt-driving franchise has left its mark on automotive culture and has grown to 11 installments, with over 500 million views – and counting – on YouTube. The first 10 installments featured Ken Block behind the wheel of various vehicles, driving in locations such as San Francisco, Dubai, Detroit, and Sweden. In 2020 Block handed the reins over to longtime friend and rival Travis Pastrana for the latest round of Gymkhana, the first time a Subaru has been featured in the series since 2009’s Gymkhana Two.
Built for Gymkhana 2020, the fully bespoke, 862 hp Vermont SportsCar prepared Subaru WRX STI is hailed as the “wildest STI ever.” The car features a custom carbon fiber, wind-tunnel developed, body kit including an active and driver adjustable double-element rear wing. Underneath the carbon fiber skin is the most advanced Subaru ever built, featuring technology developed via Subaru Motorsports USA’s successful rally and rallycross competition programs. All told, this is an intensely modified and high performing piece of automotive art.
Travis Pastrana’s 1983 Subaru GL Family Huckster
About the Travis Pastrana’s 1983 Subaru GL Family Huckster:
The Gymkhana stunt-driving franchise has left its mark on automotive culture with more than a half-billion views on YouTube. Starting from Gymkhana Practice in 2008, the first ten installments starred driver Ken Block ripping through the toughest circuits from San Francisco to Sweden. In 2020, Block handed the reins to longtime friend and rival Travis Pastrana for Gymkhana 2020 – the eleventh installment in the franchise and the first to feature a Subaru since 2009’s Gymkhana Two – which has been viewed more than 51 million times since launch.
Pastrana’s newest Subaru Gymkhana car—built by the masters at Vermont SportsCar— is an outrageous carbon fiber-bodied wagon in the style of a 1983 Subaru GL. Beneath its custom tubular frame are lessons learned from the Mount Washington Hillclimb record-setting Gymkhana 2020 Airslayer STI. While it shares that car’s 862-hp turbo SUBARU BOXER four-cylinder engine and disconnecting rear axle, The Family Huckster incorporates active aerodynamics for the fenders and rear wing that are unlike any Gymkhana car—or rally car—ever made. Expect something wicked in the next Gymkhana installment, coming later this year.