2022 WRX STI Rumor: Subaru Cooperates With WRC
2022 WRX STI Rumor: Subaru Cooperates With WRC – Rumors say that Subaru after Toyota’s shares in the company increased from sixteen to twenty percent, could cooperate with Toyota for the latest iteration of the WRX STI. Perhaps even more interesting is the fact that Duo will abandon the four-door WRX body style to get back to the first model-gene roots.
Everything is pretty much in the “word on the Road” phase now, but Japan’s Best Car website has attracted a lot of attention to Auto enthusiasts with this latest rumor. Subaru and Toyota are likely to work together on a platform with WRX which potentially has a connection to WRC Yaris and something called “Super AWD. “
Like the ninth installment of the Star Wars Saga, a rowdy response is guaranteed when the next-generation Subaru WRX hero car will eventually be released.
Child pin-up in the Subaru garage, the WRX and Banzai brother, the WRX STI, have been on Showrooms in their current form since 2014. The bad news for the fanboys is that the replacement is still at least a few years away.
Indeed, Subaru WRX doesn’t look as if it’s going to migrate to a newer, more sophisticated global Subaru platform architecture in which traditional car donors, the Impreza, is based.
The two-door WRX will apparently use the latest version of the 2.0-liter turbo engine with more power while retaining the six-speed manual transmission.
Circulating news on the Internet, the new WRX STI will make its debut around 2021-2022 with new technology.
Aside from this, the Scoop Team survey has shown that there is a high probability that a single-size compact Super AWD machine equivalent to the previous Impreza IMS will be manufactured jointly with Toyota.
Why is this a problem? Well, like mobile phones and computer games, technology dates quickly and the current car starts to fall behind its competitors. It also lacks important safety features and may also struggle to pass emissions regulations in some jurisdictions.
2022 WRX STI Engine
There is no sign of the new WRX concept at the Motor Show but the new Levorg appeared in the form of pre-production packaging of the new 1.8-liter turbo Boxer engine.
This could be a clue on the new WRX engine but it will need to go beyond the 197kW/350Nm-Output of this WRX 2.0-liter turbo engine.
There is also a prospect hybridization for the next WRX, which will give the added electric punch and help the machine produce more herbs. But as Christie explains we will wait a while to find out.
“Timing is a bit awkward, and we don’t have the right date, but obviously not next year,” he said about the arrival of the WRX.
“We hope it may be a matter of 2021, ” He said, measuring his words so that if it slipped to 2022 he would not have an egg on his face. So, it would either be an MY22 model or even an MY23!
An all-new Subaru Impreza has been in production since the end of 2016 but WRX and his insane brother, WRX STI, have been sluggish as long as the fundamentals have not changed since 2014, rising in older, less sophisticated architectures.
Literally, nothing here is confirmed. It’s all pretty much rumors and rumors and who-know-what-can-happen. But I have to be honest, a Subaru-Toyota two-door WRX recognized it sounds like it will be quite popular.