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PostHeaderIcon Subaru Dresses up its Three Favorite Models for an Outing in Tokyo

Subaru’s ho-hum presence at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show – only the new Impreza made the trip to Germany – may have been a disappointment for fans of the brand, but not all is lost because the Japanese automaker will be out in full force at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show in October. We already know that it plans to unveil a special edition version of the BRZ at the event. Now, it’s adding to its list of debuts by rolling out three “concept” versions of its three best-selling models: the Impreza, XV, and Outback.

Truth be told; none of the concepts are actual concepts, at least in the traditional way we know of concepts. Instead, they’re more like “special variants,” each coming with unique exterior and interior features that none of their standard counterparts feature. Subaru even says as much, describing them as previews of what it calls the “new Subaru story,” presumably a launching pad for what future versions of these models could look like. The company hasn’t made it clear if it plans to roll out these models in limited edition numbers like the BRZ STI Special Edition, but don’t be surprised if it does, especially if the public reacts to it as favorably as Subaru hopes.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

What should we know about these three vehicles?

If you’re imagining that these concepts resemble the Subaru Viziv Concept, prepare yourselves to be disappointed. The three cars are actually more production in design, albeit with a few design upgrades that create a little bit of differentiation between them and their standard counterparts.

“The real highlight of this concept is Subaru’s off-road treatment of it”

Let’s start with the XV first, which Subaru is officially calling the “XV Fun Adventure Concept.” Of the three concepts, this is the one that appeals to me the most,
mostly because it finally showcases the XV the way I always envisioned it being: off-road capable. The yellow exterior is a nice touch and the XV isn’t the only concept that received it. But its body color isn’t the real reason why I’m digging this interpretation so much. The real highlight of this concept is Subaru’s off-road treatment of it. It gets new cladding on a number of sections, including the front fascia, side fenders, and the rear diffuser. There’s also a bike rack on the roof and a new set of off-road of tires. Look a little closer and you’ll also notice that the XV’s ride height appears to have been raised slightly, presumably to hammer home the point of it being fully capable of getting down and dirty in less-than-ideal road conditions. It’s unclear if Subaru gave the concept any interior upgrades and since there are no interior photos at this point, your guess is as good as mine.


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Subaru XV Fun Adventure Concept

Next up is the Impreza, or as Subaru calls it, the “Impreza Future Sport Concept.” Similar to the XV Fun Adventure Concept, the Impreza gets the full-on mustard yellow body treatment, a color that Subaru seems to have no issue doling out on its vehicles. I don’t mind it personally because I’ve always enjoyed Subaru’s attempts at injecting more personality out of their cars.

“The Impreza gets the full-on mustard yellow body treatment, a color that Subaru seems to have no issue doling out on its vehicles”

As far as the Impreza Future Sport Concept goes, the yellow body is complemented by a sportier look that Subaru achieved by installing redesigned front and rear bumpers, adding aesthetically aggressive centrally mounted exhaust tips, and going for the complete blacked-out treatment on the wheels. Smoked-out taillights and a unique LED light fixtures on the front fascia complete the concept’s attempt at creating a future design treatment of one of Subaru’s most popular models. Once more, there are no interior photos of the Impreza Future Sport Concept so, at this point, it’s best to wait for the car’s official debut in Tokyo to see if there are things in the cabin worth mentioning.


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Subaru Impreza Future Sport Concept

Last but definitely not least is the Subaru Outback, which really is the outlier of the three because it’s technically not a concept, not even by the loose standards we’ve attributed to both the XV Fun Adventure Concept and the Impreza Future Sport Concept. On the bright side, the Outback does get some exclusive treatment in both the exterior and interior, including a new front grille and a new set of wheels in the body. Inside, Subaru decked out its resident mid-size SUV with Ultrasuede seats and panels, dark embossed silver accents, and on the tech front, a new eight-inch display that’s equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.


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Subaru Outback Concept

Like I said, none of these concepts appear to have production futures written all over them. That’s not to say that Subaru won’t change its mind because it could still happen. Just don’t expect it to happen anytime soon.

References

Subaru XV


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Read our full review on the Subaru XV.

Subaru Impreza


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Read our full review on the Subaru Impreza.

Subaru Outback


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Read our full review on the Subaru Outback.


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PostHeaderIcon Subaru WRX STI S208

Subaru is going all-out at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. It’s bringing three “concept” cars to show off design plans for the future. It’s bringing a special edition BRZ that’s been infused with STI know-how. It’s also bringing the WRX STI S208, a special edition version of the performance sedan that’s dripping in aesthetic and aerodynamic upgrades. It, too, is limited to just 450 units and will be only be sold in Japan, but that’s ok because we do have something of similar ilk in the form of the WRX STI Type RA.

Most of the improvements featured in the S208 revolve around the goal of making the sedan lighter and more powerful than its predecessor, the S207 that Subaru released in limited quantities (only 400 units) back in 2015. It does look like the automaker accomplished that goal because it’s touting the S208 as having an “improved engine output” compared to the S207, among other notable features. As far as a release date is concerned, there’s been no indication of that from Subaru, though we can at least expect to hear more details about the new performance sedan when it makes its debut in Tokyo next month.

Continue after the jump to read more about the Subaru WRX STI S208

What makes the Subaru WRX STI S208 special


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If you’re the type who enjoys the experience of driving a Subaru WRX STI, the limited edition S208 is going to be a must-have vehicle. Not only does it receive plenty of stylistic enhancements, it also gets important aero bits that provide needed improvements to the performance sedan’s driving credentials. Before we get too caught up in what these changes could mean for the car, let’s dive first into what the upgrades actually are.

“The exterior of the car received a good amount of them, none more important it seems than the roof, which is now made entirely from carbon fiber”

The exterior of the car received a good amount of them, none more important it seems than the roof, which is now made entirely from carbon fiber. Care to venture a guess why Subaru decided to go the carbon fiber roof route for the S208? All in the name of weight savings, folks! Compare the standard WRX STI with the S208 and you’ll also notice a few subtle tweaks, including the presence of a front lip spoiler on the latter, a different configuration for the air intakes, and a blacked out wheels and mirror caps, and a massive rear spoiler at the back.


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There is one photo of the S208’s interior and while it doesn’t reveal much, we do get a good look at the black sports bucket seats with white trim and the predominantly black interior to go along with it. That’s about it.

“Since this is a Japan-exclusive, the S208 is expected to have the same 2.0-liter turbocharged boxer engine sitting underneath that hood”

Now about the engine. Since this is a Japan-exclusive, the S208 is expected to have the same 2.0-liter turbocharged boxer engine sitting underneath that hood. The only difference is that the limited edition model will pack more power compared its predecessor. Subaru hasn’t said the actual figures, but let the S207’s output serve as a guide on what we can at least expect out of the S208. The 2015 limited edition carried 323 horsepower and 328 pound-feet of torque, an increase of around 20 horsepower and close to 30 pound-feet of torque over the standard model at that time. Using those numbers as a baseline, expect the S208 to have somewhere in the vicinity of 350 horsepower and around the same amount of torque. Perhaps around 360 pound-feet? Either way, the WRX STI S208 isn’t arriving in Japan to be a sheepish excuse of a performance sedan. It’s arriving ready to unleash holy hell on whoever gets in its way.

“Expect the S208 to have somewhere in the vicinity of 350 horsepower and around the same amount of torque”

Last, but certainly not least, is the work on the sedan’s suspension – something that Subaru and STI worked together to improve in order to get the most out of the car’s driving capabilities. The S208 is not going to be the most powerful car in the world, but what it lacks in outright straight-line speed, it should more than make up for in top-shelf cornering.

Power aside, what was the WRX STI S207 like?


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I’ve mentioned the Subaru WRX STI S207 a handful of times already, but here’s for a few bits of information about the car for those who still aren’t familiar with it. In addition to what I’ve already mentioned, the S207 was also offered with a choice of four colors: Crystal Black Silica, Crystal White Peal, WR Blue Perl, or Sunrise Yellow. The last of these colors – Sunrise Yellow – was limited to just 100 units of the 400 total units of the S207.

Aesthetics aside, the WRX STI S207 also received Bilstein front struts, rear dampers and coil springs, a new mesh front grille, larger front under-spoiler, metallic side sill moldings, and a new rear bumper. The interior also received goodies of its own, including a unique instrument panel, an engine switch button, shift knob, and revised Recaro heated front bucket seats.

Just like the S208 that’s come after it, the S207 was also a Japan-exclusive.

Customers in the US aren’t left out, right?

Well, we’re not getting the S208, but we did receive the WRX STI Type RA, a different special edition take for the WRX STI that included numerous upgrades, including a power bump courtesy of a new cold air intake, a high flow performance exhaust, beefier pistons, and a remapped ECU.

Before we talk about all that technical wizardry, it’s important to mention that the Type RA was also the recipient of aesthetic and aerodynamic upgrades like Cherry Blossom Red accents around the front grille and the rear bumper cover, along with an STI under spoiler mounted at the front. In addition, the badges, side mirror caps, and antenna have been painted in black. It also received Recaro seats in the interior and individually numbered plaques on the center console that denote the a specific unit’s place among the 500 units that Subaru built of the special edition sedan.


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Now about that power upgrade. Since the WRX STI Type RA is a US release, it came with a bigger 2.5-liter turbocharged four cylinder engine. That said, its output only reached 310 horsepower and 290 pound-feet of torque, slightly lower than the figures achieved by the S207 from 2015. Worse, the Type RA was even overshadowed by the WRX STI Type RA NBR Special, a race-spec version that featured a 2.0-liter turbo boxer unit that was good for a staggering 600 horsepower. This was the same model that plowed the Nurburgring on its way to a lap time of 6:57.5-lap time, besting the Porsche Panamera Turbo by a ridiculous 41 seconds.


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References

Subaru STI S207


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Read our full review on the Subaru STI S207.

Subaru WRX STI


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Read our full review on the Subaru WRX STI.

Subaru Type RA NBR Special


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Read our full review on the Subaru Type RA NBR Special.

PostHeaderIcon Subaru WRX STI S208 Set for Tokyo Motor Show Debut

Subaru announced their lineup for the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show (October 27- November 5). They are coming with a large display of production and concept cars, one of which is this Subaru WRX STI S208. This bad boy is said to be one of the hottest WRX models ever created with exclusive motorsport-inspired features. 

While details and specs of 2018 Subaru WRX STI S208 are ye to be revealed, the company has let us know the S208 has a limited production run of just 450 units. And just like the new BRZ STI Sport, the sedan too will be sold by lottery so as to create some extra buzz. Among the main features of the S208 there is a carbon fiber roof which results in lower center of gravity, thus improving handling. It also looks quite cool, especially when combined with the racing aero kit including front spoiler lip, side skirt, and rear wing. Unique chassis and suspension tune and an exclusive interior are among the other highlights of the S208.

Also on display in Tokyo Auto Show next to Subaru WRX STI S208 we have the VIZIV Peformance Concept which is a sleek coupe, Outback Limited Smart Edition with high-end exterior and interior appointments, Subaru XV Fun Adventure Concept with off-road goodies, and Impreza Future Sport Concept.

Through the vehicles on display and its entire booth, Subaru will showcase the embodiment and future vision of the Subaru distinctive value of “Enjoyment and Peace of mind”, and provide visitors with an experience that will bring smiles to their faces. A number of concept cars will be exhibited, with Subaru VIZIV Peformance Concept taking center stage. The model expresses the enjoyment of driving by adopting a sports sedan style based on Subaru’s shared design philosophy of “DYNAMIC x SOLID”, while realizing its future vision for safety with advanced driver-assist technology, centered on Subaru’s original EyeSight driver-assist system. Subaru will also premier new retail models, and exhibit the models that will race in the Super GT series.The new retail models that will premiere at the show are the S208 (only 450 units available, sale by lottery), based on the WRX STI, and the SUBARU BRZ STI Sport (Cool Grey Khaki edition only limited to 100 units, sale by lottery). With the display of these two models, the company will promote Subaru’s distinctive “enjoyment” of driving, and continue the enhancement of the STI brand outlined in the product strategy in its mid-term management vision.

The post Subaru WRX STI S208 Set for Tokyo Motor Show Debut appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 Subaru BRZ STI Sport to Be Sold by Lottery!

Behold, there is a new edition of the BRZ sports car out, and this one’s the weirdest yet. Well, OK, the car itself isn’t that weird. It’s actuallyone of the coolest BRZs to date. But the way they are going to sell this new Subaru BRZ STI Sport is certainly wacky. 

Limited to 100 units, the 2018 Subaru BRZ STI Sport will be sold through lottery. To have a chance of buying one you are going to have to have to register at your local dealer (from October 25) for the lottery and then keep your gingers crossed while you wait for the results. We could understand if they did this with a Bugatti or a hyper Ferrari. But a Subaru? It’d better be damn good.

So is it? Well, if you are still hoping that Subaru would launch a more powerful version of the BRZ, keep on hoping. This new edition, too, benefits only from cosmetic upgrades. The STI treatment does, however, bring some cool stuff to the table. You get ‘Cool Grey Khaki’ exterior color, complemented with black STI wheels, STI aero parts and accents. The contrast gives the Subaru BRZ STI Sport a more aggressive and purposeful look. The rear wing, especially, is going to sit pretty well with BRZ fans. To be fair the car also get some suspension and chassis tweak for extra rigidity. But there is only one part in the standard BRZ we wouldn’t want to change, that’s the chassis. The handling sweet enough as it is.



The Subaru BRZ STI Sport aims for the ultimate “Fun to Drive” and “Pure Handling Delight” by enhancing the ride quality and handling stability of the BRZ. To draw out the maximum potential of the BRZ and take its excellent handling stability and wonderful driving comfort to the next level, Subaru and its motorsports subsidiary, STI, have collaborated in its development, setting the highest grade in the Subaru BRZ catalogue. Improved body rigidity and exclusive suspension tuning have resulted in handling performance that is at the whim of the driver, and a high quality driving feel that is commensurate with the highest-grade model in the BRZ range. In addition, fine exterior and interior exclusive for this model enhance BRZ’s appeal with its excellent ride quality.

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Subaru BRZ STI Sport to Be Sold by Lottery!

Behold, there is a new edition of the BRZ sports car out, and this one’s the weirdest yet. Well, OK, the car itself isn’t that weird. It’s actuallyone of the coolest BRZs to date. But the way they are going to sell this new Subaru BRZ STI Sport is certainly wacky. 

Limited to 100 units, the 2018 Subaru BRZ STI Sport will be sold through lottery. To have a chance of buying one you are going to have to have to register at your local dealer (from October 25) for the lottery and then keep your gingers crossed while you wait for the results. We could understand if they did this with a Bugatti or a hyper Ferrari. But a Subaru? It’d better be damn good.

So is it? Well, if you are still hoping that Subaru would launch a more powerful version of the BRZ, keep on hoping. This new edition, too, benefits only from cosmetic upgrades. The STI treatment does, however, bring some cool stuff to the table. You get ‘Cool Grey Khaki’ exterior color, complemented with black STI wheels, STI aero parts and accents. The contrast gives the Subaru BRZ STI Sport a more aggressive and purposeful look. The rear wing, especially, is going to sit pretty well with BRZ fans. To be fair the car also get some suspension and chassis tweak for extra rigidity. But there is only one part in the standard BRZ we wouldn’t want to change, that’s the chassis. The handling sweet enough as it is.



The Subaru BRZ STI Sport aims for the ultimate “Fun to Drive” and “Pure Handling Delight” by enhancing the ride quality and handling stability of the BRZ. To draw out the maximum potential of the BRZ and take its excellent handling stability and wonderful driving comfort to the next level, Subaru and its motorsports subsidiary, STI, have collaborated in its development, setting the highest grade in the Subaru BRZ catalogue. Improved body rigidity and exclusive suspension tuning have resulted in handling performance that is at the whim of the driver, and a high quality driving feel that is commensurate with the highest-grade model in the BRZ range. In addition, fine exterior and interior exclusive for this model enhance BRZ’s appeal with its excellent ride quality.

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PostHeaderIcon Subaru BRZ STI Sport Edition

The Subaru BRZ has been around for quite some time now, and it’s racked up about as many special edition models as any model that’s out on the market today. Don’t look now but it appears that Subaru isn’t done with this exercise because it’s rolling out a new SE model in time for the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The model is called the BRZ STI Sport, and it benefits from getting exclusive upgrades on unheralded sections of the sports car. It does, after all, wear the STI badge and we know what that means, right?

Let’s get this straight from the get-go. The BRZ STI Sport Edition does not feature any engine upgrades. It still carries the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine that pumps out 205 horsepower and 156 pound-feet of torque. It’s adequate power for a car like the BRZ, but not enough to really make a statement. This is where STI comes in because this special edition BRZ isn’t about power gains; it’s about the thrill of the ride and the handles that go with it. A car like the BRZ is prepared to give drivers the thrill of performance driving, regardless of the amount of power it has. That’s what the BRZ STI Sport is all about, and rest assured, that kind of selling point is a big reason why the special edition sports car is expected to be a hot-seller once it gets out in the market. Only a limited number of BRZ STI Sport Edition models are expected to be released, including just 100 units of a high-spec version that will come with an exclusive paint finish.

Continue after the jump to read more about the Subaru BRZ STI Sport Edition.

What makes the Subaru BRX STI special


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On the surface, the Subaru BRZ STI Sport Edition looks exactly like a regular BRZ. It doesn’t have the fancy colors of the BRZ ts STI, the racing stripes of the BRZ Special Edition, or the massive rear wing of the BRZ ts. None of that matters though because the BRZ STI promotes an identity of its own, and that identity is grounded on the appeal of offering a car that puts top-of-the-line handling above all else.

“Subaru even said that only 100 units of the BRZ STI Sport Edition will get this exclusive Cool Grey Khaki color”

It still gets some vanity upgrades, particularly a bespoke Cool Grey Khaki paint finish that’s reserved for the highest-spec version of the coupe. Subaru even said that only 100 units of the BRZ STI Sport Edition will get this exclusive body color. On the aero front, the sports car also gets its own rear wing, albeit much smaller than the monstrosity that was on the 2018 BRZ ts. There are also interior upgrades to speak of, including the use of STI-branded sport bucket seats to go along with a black and red interior motif. That’s about the extent of the aesthetic features, and there are no fancy aeros to speak of, no use of premium materials, and certainly none of those plaques that don’t really do anything except remind those who see them of the car’s perceived exclusivity.


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The Subaru BRZ STI Sport Edition is, by and large, a driver’s kind of car. It’s defined largely by all the mechanical enhancements given to it. It has a more rigid body and an improved suspension tuning, the latter of which is the main reason why Subaru is touting the car as having the chops to offer drivers “pure handling delight.” It’s not the sexiest way to describe it, but for a car that emphasizes function over form, the BRZ STI Sport Edition has little time for vanity. It’s meant to be a driver’s car, and for what it’s worth, it has the makings of one.

“A lottery will take place at some point wherein winners will be randomly selected.”

Here’s the bad news though. From the looks of it, the BRZ STI Sport Edition is not coming to the US. It might not even come to Europe as it looks like the model is going to be sold exclusively in Japan. Would-be customers in Japan can actually sign up to buy one already, except that they can’t just because they were the first in line to do so. According to the automaker, a lottery will take place at some point wherein winners will be randomly selected. It’s an unusual procedure for sure, but it’s Subaru’s game so we’ll have to live with it. In any case, more details about the car and the lottery procedures are expected to be unveiled at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show in late October.


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Don’t worry, there’s a chance for us to get a “better” version of the BRZ STI Sport Edition.

I understand the feeling of disappointment that comes with getting jilted on a special edition car. The Subaru BRZ STI Sport Edition looks like it’s going to be massively fun to drive, but it’s not coming here, so that’s that. Fortunately, not all hope is lost because us here in America will get something similar, or maybe even better than the BRZ STI Sport Edition.


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Yes, I’m talking about the 2018 BRZ ts, the same special edition that has that can’t-miss, STI-branded carbon fiber rear spoiler. In some ways, the BRZ ts has everything you want out of the Tokyo Motor Show-bound BRZ STI Sport Edition, plus a few extra options to choose from. For instance, it’s going to be offered in three different colors, including Crystal Black Silica, Crystal White Pearl, and Subaru’s famous WR (World Rally) Blue Pearl. It also features modest aero upgrades in the form of underspoilers located in the front, side, and rear of the car. Altogether, these spoilers should be able to improve airflow, resulting in better traction and stability for the car. Since we’re here already talking up the BRZ ts, let’s not forget that it’s also getting a set of lightweight 18-inch wheels, the first such time that a BRZ is getting wheels of this size straight from the factory. Power for the BRZ ts also sticks to its stock figures so expect the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine with 206 ponies and 156 pound-feet of twist on tap. Not great in terms of numbers, but did you expect anything more?

“Power for the BRZ ts also sticks to its stock figures so expect the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine with 206 ponies and 156 pound-feet of twist on tap”

All that said, this is the best part about the BRZ ts. There’s no lottery involved in buying one. All you have to do is be vigilant with information regarding the car’s release date – tentatively scheduled for the early part of 2018 – and spring to action once the official information is available. Remember, Subaru is only producing 500 of these bad boys so yes, first-come, first-serve definitely applies.

References

2018 Subaru BRZ tS


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Read our full review on the 2018 Subaru BRZ tS.

Subaru BRZ


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Read our full review on the Subaru BRZ.


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PostHeaderIcon Click Mechanic Renders 7 Automakers As Star Wars Podracers

Arguably the coolest scene from 1999’s Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace was when young Anakin Skywalker took to the sand and battled for his freedom in a homemade podracer. Sure, the final lightsaber battle was pretty friggin’ awesome as well (Darth Maul! Double-bladed saber! Epic music!), but when it comes to high-speed CGI glory, the podracer scene is hard to beat. In fact, the folks over at Click Mechanic liked it so much, they rendered seven unique podracers as though they were built by real-world manufacturers.

The manufacturers in question all produce some kind of speedy four-wheeled machine worthy of podracer-ization, and include Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Ford, Subaru, BMW, and Dodge. Like their real-life equivalents, each rendering gets easily recognizable liveries, and in some cases, a few sponsorship decals as well, all of which was inspired by actual race cars (you know, from planet Earth). Which one of these wild contraptions would you bring to the Boonta Eve Classic? Let us know in the comments section!

Continue reading to learn more about real-life automakers rendered as podracers.

Ferrari


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The Prancing Horse already has a penchant for turning out some pretty crazy-looking, spaceship-esque designs, so Ferrari is a natural fit for something like this. The first thing to grab us is the rosso corsa paint color, which seems to complement the flaming engines rather well. The cockpit looks like it draws from Formula 1 (top-mounted intake) and the FXX K (rear winglets), while both UPS and Shell branding were added to the profile.

Lamborghini


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Speaking of spaceships, Lambo has traditionally met Ferrari blow for blow when it comes to creating designs destined for bedroom posters. The latest example of this is the Huracan, a V-10-powered monster that looks right at home as a podracer. Point and squirt for the win.

Aston Martin


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Aston Martin clinched an incredible victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year, securing a first place-win in the GTE Pro class on the final lap of the iconic race. Indeed, the British Racing Green Aston looks most at home when talking a race track, but seeing it here on the sands of Tatooine ain’t bad either. Up front is the easily recognizable Aston Martin grille, while yellow accents offset the green paint.

Ford GT40


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If that front hood vent doesn’t tip you off, the baby blue and orange Gulf livery surely will. When it comes to American-built race cars, the Ford GT40 is arguably one of the most famous, having taken the fight to the Europeans at the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in the 60’s. Which naturally leads us to ask – which would take the win on Tatooine, the Ford, or the Ferrari?

Subaru WRX STI WRC


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Dirt. Sand. Rocks. Jumps. These are the things you find in professional rally racing, a sport where Subaru has earned a huge collection of wins and championship titles. Indeed, the rally racing environment seems like the perfect primer for podracing, so we aren’t surprised to see the Six Star’s blue and gold livery making an appearance here.

BMW M1 Procar


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Back in the late ‘70s, Bimmer teamed up with Lamborghini to create a rear/mid-engine production race car, and although Lambo eventually dropped out of the agreement, BMW followed through. The result was the M1, a sexy speed wedge that eventually formed the base for the one-make Procar Championship. Providing a competitive format for well-known race drivers from a diverse range of backgrounds (sports cars, touring cars, Formula 1) to go head-to-head, the M1 Procar livery is recognized worldwide. Now, it’s going intergalactic with this podracer, which even gets a squared-off BMW kidney grille in the nose.

Dodge Charger


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The first generation of the Dodge Charger hit production back in the day for the 1966 model year, followed by a second generation in 1968. Although initially unsuccessful in NASCAR stock racing, the follow-up Charger Daytona arrived in 1969 to break new ground in the sport. In fact, the Daytona was the first car to ever break the 200-mph barrier in NASCAR. We’re not sure about the top speed in this podracer, but with that enormous blower sticking out of the hood, we’re pretty sure it won’t be slow.

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PostHeaderIcon Quick Highlight – Subaru Impreza Gravel Express

I think at this point, Subaru is well established as one of the primary movers and shakers in the world of rough, rally-tough performance, mostly thanks to the turbocharged, all-four-driven, race-bred WRX. But while this mainstay of the import enthusiast culture first hit U.S. shores in the early 2000’s, older overseas slideways fans have known the joy of boosted Scoobys for much longer. Probably the most famous old school ‘Rex is the wide-hipped, be-winged 22B, a true icon in and of itself. But I’m not here to sing the praises of the 22B, at least not this time around. No, instead I want to raise awareness of something a little… weirder. Say hello to the Gravel Express, a JDM-special WRX rocking two-tone paint, a raised ride height, a giant bull bar on the nose, and a spare wheel on the hatch.

All you really need to know about this thing is right there in the name. Indeed, this odd Impreza is rocking WRX-levels of power from a carryover turbocharged 2.0-liter boxer engine and the traditional high-performance symmetrical AWD system. Unfortunately, Subaru axed the Gravel Express after just one generation, because apparently, this tasty slice of automotive awesomeness just didn’t sell as well as hoped. But the fact it was made at all is reason to celebrate, no?

On these shores, we got the much-less-interesting Impreza Outback Sport, which neglected boost in favor an all-atmosphere 2.2-liter four-cylinder, but the bones are pretty much the same. Your job, dear enthusiast, is to find an old Outback Sport, drop in a turbo 2.0-liter, lift it up, mount a bull bar up front, and put a spare wheel on the hatch. Once your task is complete, let the gravel be your guide…

PostHeaderIcon Subaru WRX STI Type RA NBR Special Goes Sub-7 Minutes At The ‘Ring: Video

While some have protested that a fast Nurburgring lap time is inconsequential in the grand scope of performance standards, it remains more or less the benchmark. And for good reason – with a mix of high-speed and low-speed corners, huge elevation changes, and plenty of opportunities to get it completely wrong, the Nurburgring is one of the most technically challenging and dangerous race tracks in the world. But that didn’t stop Subaru from building a race-ready WRX STI specifically for domination at this iconic track, and now, we’ve got some onboard footage of its record breaking run from the driver’s perspective, complete with data.

Subaru announced that it broke the ‘Ring record for sedans a few months back, besting the previous record set by the Porsche Panamera Turbo by a whopping 41 seconds. However, this is no ordinary STI – as you can see in the video, the interior is completely gutted with just a single race bucket, digital gauges, and a roll cage in place to keep it safe. Making the go is 2.0-liter turbo boxer four-cylinder at full WRC-spec, pumping out in excess of 600 horsepower. So it’s not exactly production status, but either way, watching this thing attack the ‘Ring from the hot seat is a delight all the same.

PostHeaderIcon Subaru Crosstrek XTI

As an older WRX fan, I lament the loss of the WRX hatch. More than that, I’m downright crestfallen over the loss of the WRX wagon. Once considered a bastion of speed and practicality, Subaru’s most famous performance machine is now no more than a be-winged four-door, downgraded from the glory of “yes please, more junk in the trunk” to “I’m not sure if it’ll fit.” However, if cargo room is what you’re after, then the Crosstrek looks like a decent solution, albeit a boring one. If we had our way, we wouldn’t have to choose – strap on a turbo, drop the CVT, and suddenly you’ve got the best of both worlds. Say hello to the Crosstrek XTI.

The name draws from the 2008 Forester XTI concept, which appeared at SEMA with the same 2.5-liter turbo boxer engine as the WRX STI, plus a six-speed manual transmission, 18-inch S204 wheels, high-performance Yokohama rubber, coilover suspension, big Brembo brakes, leather and Alcantara in the cabin, and a new cabin layout. Output clocked in at 315 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. Sounds tasty, but unlikely, no? Not so fast. Subaru has already offered a more aggressive design study for the Crosstrek called the Subaru XV Sport Concept, introduced at the Tokyo Auto Salon in 2013, bearing new styling, upgraded suspension, LED lights, STI tower bar, new aero enhancements, STI muffler, 17-inch Enkei wheels, Recaro seats, and Brembo brakes. So what if Subaru went whole hog on the performance crossover thing?

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PostHeaderIcon Watch Subaru’s Epic Mt. Washington Record Run: Video

Hill climbs almost never fail to bring the good stuff. Taking place outside the relatively safe confines of a race track and drawing a variety of makes and models to compete, these sorts of events are ripe for drama and history making. And that’s exactly what happened when Subaru Rally Team USA went to tackle Mt. Washington over the summer. With breathtaking drops, highly technical corners, and both tarmac and dirt, the Mt. Washington hill climb is a 7.5-mile, 4,600-foot monster that’s not to be trifled with.

Luckily, Subaru brought a pair of aces when it came to its driver roster, including motocross champion-turned rallyist Travis Pastrana, and Isle of Man expert David Higgins. Then there are the cars, which arrived rocking the same engine as the battle machines from the Global Rallycross series, boosted to an incredible 800 horsepower. “This is the fastest Subaru I’ve ever driven, up the craziest mountain I’ve ever driven,” says Pastrana. It’s a sentiment echoed by Higgins: “Two corners up the first practice run, that excitement turned into a pretty even split between panic and fear.” All told, this video a bit long, clocking in at around 23 minutes, but it’s definitely worth it. Expect epic editing, lots of drama, great tracking shots, a nice soundtrack, entertaining narration, and simply insane footage both inside and outside the car.

PostHeaderIcon Watch Subaru’s Epic Mt. Washington Record Run: Video

Hill climbs almost never fail to bring the good stuff. Taking place outside the relatively safe confines of a race track and drawing a variety of makes and models to compete, these sorts of events are ripe for drama and history making. And that’s exactly what happened when Subaru Rally Team USA went to tackle Mt. Washington over the summer. With breathtaking drops, highly technical corners, and both tarmac and dirt, the Mt. Washington hill climb is a 7.5-mile, 4,600-foot monster that’s not to be trifled with.

Luckily, Subaru brought a pair of aces when it came to its driver roster, including motocross champion-turned rallyist Travis Pastrana, and Isle of Man expert David Higgins. Then there are the cars, which arrived rocking the same engine as the battle machines from the Global Rallycross series, boosted to an incredible 800 horsepower. “This is the fastest Subaru I’ve ever driven, up the craziest mountain I’ve ever driven,” says Pastrana. It’s a sentiment echoed by Higgins: “Two corners up the first practice run, that excitement turned into a pretty even split between panic and fear.” All told, this video a bit long, clocking in at around 23 minutes, but it’s definitely worth it. Expect epic editing, lots of drama, great tracking shots, a nice soundtrack, entertaining narration, and simply insane footage both inside and outside the car.

PostHeaderIcon Subaru WRX STI Type RA NBR Nurburgring Lap: 6’57”

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Well, they did it. This time the weather played along and Subaru finally managed to tackle the Green Hell, the fearsome 12.8-mile Nürburgring Nordschleife race track, and accomplished what they had set out to do. In this attempt Subaru WRX STI Type RA NBR Special managed to bang in a sub-seven minute lap, going around in 6:57.5.

While most of this remarkable achievement is due to the technical excellence of Subaru WRX STI Type RA NBR, which is a Time Attack machine, one must not forget the skills and prowess of racing driver Richie Stanaway who piloted the car. This wasn’t done just for fun, either. The Nurburgring lap is supposed to create some good hype draw attention to the upcoming release of the production WRX STI Type RA and showcase the capabilities of the Subaru WRX STI’s standard all-wheel drive system in general.

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Built by ProDrive based on the 2017 WRX STI model, Subaru WRX STI Type RA NBR Special comes with a modified 2.0-liter Subaru WRC-spec boxer motor and Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. It packs 600 horsepower and while they haven’t tested how fast it is flat out, at the ‘Ring the car hit 179 mph. Other highlights include WRC gearbox with an automatic clutch, modified with hydraulics for paddle-shift operation, special aero kit with DRS wing, and lightweight BBS 19-in. forged alloy wheels shod with 245/35R19 Yokohama Advan Sports tires.

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PostHeaderIcon Subaru Sets Nurburgring Record for Sedans with Beefed-up WRX STi

Subaru has just set a new record on the Nurburgring using a special version of the WRX STi. While the Japanese firm didn’t break the all-time record, now held by the NextEV Nio EP9 electric supercar, it did set a new benchmark for four-door sedans. Specifically, the Prodrive-built WRX STi Type RA NBR Special completed the Nordschleife course in 6:57.5 minutes, smashing the previous record, set in 2017 by the Porsche Panamera Turbo, by almost 41 seconds. The beefed-up WRX STi was driven by Richie Stanaway, known for his 24 Hours of Le Mans stints with Aston Martin, and the benchmark was verified by Nurburgring officials.

While not a production model, the Type RA NBR Special is based on the stock sedan. The extra performance comes through weight reduction and suspension and engine upgrades, the latter in the form of a WRC-spec 2.0-liter boxer unit. The sedan also received a full roll cage for added strength and stiffness. Engine output is rated at “more than 600 horsepower,” and Subaru claims that the car reached a top speed of 179 mph at the ’Ring. The company also offers a limited-edition WRX STi Type RA model, but the production car uses a stock engine, with upgrades including a carbon-fiber roof, spare tire delete, carbon-fiber wing, and lightweight, 19-inch BBS rims wrapped in Yokohama Advan Sports tires. So technically speaking, the Type RA NBR Special doesn’t qualify as a production car record.

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PostHeaderIcon Subaru Sets Nurburgring Record for Sedans with Beefed-up WRX STi

Subaru has just set a new record on the Nurburgring using a special version of the WRX STi. While the Japanese firm didn’t break the all-time record, now held by the NextEV Nio EP9 electric supercar, it did set a new benchmark for four-door sedans. Specifically, the Prodrive-built WRX STi Type RA NBR Special completed the Nordschleife course in 6:57.5 minutes, smashing the previous record, set in 2017 by the Porsche Panamera Turbo, by almost 41 seconds. The beefed-up WRX STi was driven by Richie Stanaway, known for his 24 Hours of Le Mans stints with Aston Martin, and the benchmark was verified by Nurburgring officials.

While not a production model, the Type RA NBR Special is based on the stock sedan. The extra performance comes through weight reduction and suspension and engine upgrades, the latter in the form of a WRC-spec 2.0-liter boxer unit. The sedan also received a full roll cage for added strength and stiffness. Engine output is rated at “more than 600 horsepower,” and Subaru claims that the car reached a top speed of 179 mph at the ’Ring. The company also offers a limited-edition WRX STi Type RA model, but the production car uses a stock engine, with upgrades including a carbon-fiber roof, spare tire delete, carbon-fiber wing, and lightweight, 19-inch BBS rims wrapped in Yokohama Advan Sports tires. So technically speaking, the Type RA NBR Special doesn’t qualify as a production car record.

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PostHeaderIcon Drive Takes A Look At Building High-Horsepower Subaru Engines: Video

Prior to the release of the FA, the mainstay for performance Subaru builds was the iconic EJ powerplant. First seeing an introduction in 1989 on the Subaru Legacy, the EJ has seen a variety of configurations and output levels, with both naturally aspirated and turbocharged applications utilized over the years. The most famous of the EJ’s are those that came mounted in the nose of Subaru’s much-loved rally machine, the WRX and WRX STI. For the past two decades, tuners have tweaked this flat box of power for ever-greater levels of performance, and modern builders are pushing some serious horsepower these days. One such builder is Vince “Built” Griffin from Prime Motoring, who gave our friends over at Drive the lowdown on what it takes to turn the EJ into a total beast in this 19-minute, 32-second video.

The video covers just about everything you need to know about building an EJ, including advantages of the platform, common problems and their solutions, intercooler selection, exhaust selection, common mistakes, block reinforcement, and a whole lot more. If you’re into tuning, or you’re simply a fan of the WRX, this video is sure to provide some interesting and valuable insight into what’s going on behind that classic boxer rumble.

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PostHeaderIcon Subaru Enthusiast Makes Intake Out Of Cardboard, Goes Faster: Video

Folks like us do some pretty silly things in the name of performance. Whether its justifying the purchase of a new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio as a “family car,” or breaking your back running coilovers on the daily driver for a few seconds per lap on the weekends, you wouldn’t be wrong for calling our perspective “skewed” at best. That said, where there’s a will, there’s a way, as evidenced by this intrepid young Subaru driver’s unorthodox approach to boosting horsepower. Documented in a short five-minute, 21-second video from our friends over at 1320 Video, the Subaru in question is a mostly stock early 2000’s Forester running flat out at the Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack event at the Colorado Springs Airport. In a bid to crest the 100-mph mark, the driver fabricated a new intake from a Pringles can and cereal box, plumbing it through the headlight for a budget-friendly ram air effect. The result is just enough extra power to reach three digits, making this driver our new hero.

Never mind the Mustangs and Vipers this kid is running against. We’re much more interested in the box-shaped, 15-year-old grocery getter chipping away for a personal record. This is real enthusiasm, people, and it’s infectious. Fingers crossed the owner continues to have fun for years to come.

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PostHeaderIcon Travis Pastrana Sets Mt. Washington Hill Climb Record

Travis Pastrana has accomplished a great many things in his illustrious motorsports career. He’s a motocross champion, an X-Games gold medalist, and a four-time Rally America champion. It’s fitting then that for a man who has accomplished a lot in his career, Pastrana added yet another feather to his cap by claiming the Mt. Washington Auto Road Hill Climb record in staggering fashion. With a specially-prepared Subaru WRX STI rally car acting as his stead, Pastrana sped up the 7.6-mile track in 5:44.72.

Pastrana’s record ascent to the summit of Mt. Washington didn’t just break the old record set by David Higgins in 2014. It shattered that 6:09.09 lap time by 24 seconds in one of the most incredible displays of hill climb rallying you’ll ever see. For his part, Higgins also competed in the event and was determined to eclipse his own mark. Unfortunately, his own attempt was derailed after his car went off the road, forcing him to abandon his lap time. It’s easy to feel Higgins’ disappointment in not only failing to finish the climb, but in seeing his record fall. Then again, it still took someone with the skill and experience of Pastrana to lay claim to the lap record of the Mt. Washington Auto Road Hill Climb. It’s hard not to see Higgins return next year to try to reclaim his record. For now, though, it’s Pastrana who deserves the shine, as well he should considering his latest accomplishment.

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PostHeaderIcon The Highs and Lows of Subaru’s 2018 WRX STI

Subaru has given the WRX STI a mild refresh for 2018 – with a strong emphasis on mild. The press materials contain bullet points like, “optimized suspension, revised styling, and bigger brakes.” But how do these changes actually affect the car? Well, after spending a week with the latest STI, I’m separating the wheat from the chaff. Which of these updates should Subi fans be happy about and which don’t really matter?

I’ve already given a full account of these updates, along with my thoughts behind the wheel, in my Driven Review. But for the sake of time, here’s a quick run-down on what’s new for 2018. The front fascia is new, with a slightly larger lower grille and more pronounced faux air intakes to either side. The fog lights are gone, sadly, but Subaru added adaptive headlights that turn with the steering wheel. The main grille is new, too. Larger, 19-inch wheels are now standard, as are bigger Brembo brakes. Subaru updated the suspension for “better handling and ride comfort.” There’s also a new, fully electric center differential that’s said to more quickly distribute torque between the front and rear axles. Interior mods include a larger vehicle information screen in the center dash and better sound insulation for a quieter ride.

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PostHeaderIcon Subaru WRX STI – Driven

Those television commercials say Subarus are made from love. That’s only the case if we’re talking about the love of motorsports and rally racing. See, generations of Subarus, most notably the Impreza WRX and WRX STI models, have taken home World Rally Championship trophies from events around the world. Thankfully, Subaru injects this racing pedigree into the production version of its WRX models, making them some of the best performing, all-weather and terrain racing machines on the planet. And now for 2018, the WRX and WRX STI receive a slight cosmetic refresh paired with a handful of mechanical upgrades.

I recently spent a few days with a 2018 WRX STI Limited painted in that lovely WR Blue Pearl hue. At first glance, the acid-green brake calipers and tall rear wing command the eye’s attention. But looking deeper, you’ll see the front grille is ever so slightly more aggressive than before. A new set of 19-inch, Y-spoke wheels are new, as are those bright brake calipers and the larger rotors they squeeze. Things inside change little, too, through the small changes make big improvements in comfort. A larger information screen atop the dash has new graphics, the StarLink Infotainment system now measures 7.0 inches, the rear seat gets a folding center armrest with cup holders, the door panels have new grab handles, and road noise is hushed thanks to thicker side glass and added insulation. Mechanically, Subaru gave the STI a new fully electronic center differential that’s said to work faster than the previous mechanical and electrical DCCD. Sadly, Subaru chose not to completely rework the WRX STI onto the Impreza’s new-for-2017 chassis. Even the 2.5-liter Boxer engine remains untouched at 305 horsepower and 290 pound-feet of torque. But does this dull the rally-inspired driving experience. Hardly. Keep reading to find out more.

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