On April 1st, Subaru will be lifting the covers off of the 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI at the New York Auto Show.

But before Subaru breaks cover, they we’re kind enough to give us a teaser photo of the WRX STI, giving us a brief glimpse of what to expect when the New York Auto Show officially opens gate. Judging from the teaser photo - which really doesn’t show a whole lot, apart from the car’s front to rear contour - we can expect something different for the 2011 version of the Impreza WRX STI. And if the shape is any indication, the added rear wing of the car is sure to make this new WRX STI aesthetically pleasing as well as performance-enhancing.

Then again, further information is scarce until the 1st of April, so until then, let’s cross our fingers and hope that Subaru has something in store for all of us.


What do you think?
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  (212) posted on 06.10.2011

Comparing to the hottest hatch in the world- the VW Golf. Well, the figure performance of this car is more powerful and impressive. Plus the features offered here are quite high technology.

  (369) posted on 06.10.2011

Honestly, I don’t think that Subaru hatchback is that popular. I often seen their car run in the road. However, this model has a great speed performance enough to make it run like a rocket speed.

  (666) posted on 04.6.2010

Surprising it is, I bet this new subaru is worth to wait.

  (708) posted on 04.4.2010

What I would like to expect from the new Impreza? Well, I like to see more horsepower, more sport interior, more options of changing from comfort, racing and semi racing options for driving. And probably a cheaper price tag? lol

Uncia  (868) posted on 03.30.2010

A return of a 22B-esc STi coupe would be awesome.

Uncia  (868) posted on 03.30.2010

Is it just me or does that car—minus the wing—look awfully similar in profile to the FT-86?

Uncia  (859) posted on 03.30.2010

That was really a surprise! Well I guess the 2011 Impreza is really worth to wait. I bet it would be better as the rear wing describes.

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