The 2015 Subaru Impreza WRX is a compact car manufactured since 1992 by Subaru-car division of Japanese transportation company Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI). Subaru introduced replaced as a substitute for the Leone, with the drivers of the series EA Leone, the new versions of the EJ series.
Now in its fourth generation offered Subaru four-door sedan body and five-door versions since 1992; The company also offered a coupe from 1995 only the first generation. Mainstream naturally aspirated versions were “boxer” flat-four engines from 1.5 to 2.5 liters, with the Impreza WRX and WRX STI models focused on performance with the addition of upgraded turbochargers. Since the third series, some markets have the name Subaru WRX accepted shorthand for the high-performance variants. The first three generations of the Impreza in North America were also a styling package terrain called Subaru Outback Sport available. For the fourth generation, optical package became known as Subaru XV and is sold internationally. Subaru offers two versions of desktop and all-wheel drive Impreza. Since the late 1990s, some markets have limited sales to the AWD model thus granting the Impreza a unique selling proposition in the world of the compact class, characterized by the front wheel. However, Japanese models remain available in any configuration.
There were seven recorded versions of the original Subaru WRX from World Rally Rallycross cars. Subaru has adopted the name “WRX” for “World Rally experimental” (in some places WRX is the abbreviation for “World Rally Cross”) all WRX versions (1992-present) rally inspired option available technology, including all-wheel drive, stiffened suspensions and Turbo four cylinders. STI versions were marketed with consecutive numbers. Another way to get the version of a WRX was determined to look at the code of the frame. All WRX between 1992 and sold 2000 chassis code or early GC8 GF8 hatchback sedan; This is followed by sharing a letter from A to G Coupé versions of the code “GC” with saloons, except the US, where they have a separate chassis code “GM”.
In 1994, Subaru Subaru Tecnica International (STI) led versions of the WRX in Japan. These models have been upgraded from the standard WRX in many categories, including the blueprinted uprated engines, transmissions and suspensions. The WRX STI versions were extremely successful in rallies and street racers were popular but sold only in the Japanese market. Compared to the WRX STI had major mechanical modifications.
As with the first generation, the Turbo variant 2015 Subaru Impreza WRX STI and are using a variety of variants sold in limited editions in numerous specifications. Subaru has released annual updates to the 2015 Subaru Impreza WRX STI and Polish cosmetics and equipment level, and improving the performance and handling.
Making its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2007 Press Releases WRX STI WRX standard cars. The 2015 Subaru Impreza WRX, which produce in Japan with 2.0-liter EJ207 engine with two scroll turbocharger 227 kilowatts (308 hp) and 422 Nm (311 pounds · ft) of torque equipped. Export markets receiving unit EJ257 2.5 liter more displacement turbocharged VF48 just scroll nominal 221 kW (300 hp) and 407 Nm (300 pounds·ft) of torque. The turbocharger air is passed through a larger top-mount intercooler, who has lost the red “STI”, which was to previous generations. The TSI is heavier than the WRX (3,174- £ 3.240, depending on trim level) due to a more robust transmission, rear differential and other chassis reinforcements.
As standard 2015 Subaru Impreza WRX the third generation model to “Subaru WRX STI ‘shortened, with Japanese markets, including waiver of this agreement. To regularly to differentiate the STI WRX, Subaru has decided to make the STI with a wider body and so on, as the flared wheel arches appear Furthermore Subaru aluminum suspension components TSI has used electronic modifications include an electronic multi-mode control with stability and “normal” mode and “traction”, “OFF”.
Subaru Intelligent Drive (SI-Drive ) with three modes:. “Sport”, “smart” and “strong sport”, and Multi-Mode Driver Controlled Center Differential (DCCD) DCCD allows the driver to switch between the distribution ratio manual and automatic torque center differential This distribution can range from 35 /. 65-50 / 50 front vary / rear.