Red-hot 2015 Subaru WRX STI won’t be sitting in the garage
The 2015 Subaru WRX STI is a performance enthusiasts supercar for all reasons and all seasons, and you won’t find it sitting in the garage. The all-new-generation 2015 WRX STI is a drivers car that is meant to be driven in all conditions. Many people who drive expensive sports cars leave them in the garage, only to bring them out on a nice sunny day. But people who buy the 2015 Subaru WRX STI will take them out in the worst weather just to have fun. It’s why Subaru came out with the WRX and WRX STI performance models.
The WRX STI was developed for Rally racing and made it to production for one reason. So performance enthusiasts could have fun driving these cars on the road and track. Buyers of the 2015 WRX STI will drive these cars everyday and many will even be highly modified with performance and power upgrades.
You won't find WRX STI sitting in the garage
As I was commuting to the office this week, I saw an older WRX STI driving right along with the other commuters in snowy conditions here in the Denver area. But that’s what WRX STI owners do, and Subaru designed them to be driven in all conditions wet or dry. The owner of the STI was driving his performance car in the fast lane and wasn’t taking it easy in the snow. There was six inches of the white stuff that had fallen overnight and the roads were super slick. But that didn’t deter this performance car owner. He knew how the STI would perform in the slick conditions and drove it to its limit.
This writer lives in the mountains west of the Denver metro area and I see WRX and WRX STI owners all the time with snow boards on the top of the car heading west into the mountains during the ski season. Subaru dealers in this area sell many WRX and STIs and people love the all-weather capability and performance of the car at altitude. With their turbocharged Boxer engines, these cars will scream going up the mountain pass at 13,000 feet elevation. They make quick work of the thin Colorado air.
WRX STI is an everyday supercar
The 2015 Subaru WRX STI will be just as addictive to drive, if not more, than the previous models that have been here in the U.S. The first WRX STI made it to U.S. shores in 2003, and the momentum and popularity has grown for the performance car. But buyers of the STI will take it off road and also use it to race. Many WRX STI buyers are serious racers and will take it to events at Rally America National Championship events like the one that just took place at Sno* Drift Rally. Of the 58 entrants last weekend, 25 of the cars were Subaru rally cars. Buyers of the 2015 WRX STI will also take it to the track on weekends to compete against other like-minded enthusiasts.
The 2015 Subaru WRX STI is rally-bred and has what it takes to compete immediately. The new STI gets a new sculpted body, reworked suspension, stiffened chassis, and impressive list of track-ready technologies. It features the 305 hp turbocharged Boxer engine, Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) with Active Torque Vectoring, Driver-Controlled Center Differential (DCCD), short-throw 6-speed manual transmission, Brembo brakes, and optional lightweight BBS wheels.
The all-new 2015 Subaru WRX STI is the everyday supercar for driving and performance enthusiasts. Buyers will use it as an everyday commuter in any weather, race it at Rally America events and take it to the track for fun competition on the weekends. One thing is for sure, the 2015 Subaru WRX STI won’t be sitting in the garage.