What’s in your 2017 Subaru WRX WRX STI?

By the time the first Subaru WRT was announced, it was already a big deal.

In fact, the car’s design, design language, and styling all came from the brand’s own Subaru Engineering division.

The car was named after Subaru’s legendary first owner, Subaru’s founder and CEO, Hiromitsu Subaru.

The first WRX was released in 1993, and Subaru’s marketing department wanted to capitalize on the carmaker’s popularity with young men who were looking for a fun and affordable car to get out to their favorite tracks.

And in doing so, they took cues from Subaru’s engineering roots.

The WRX is built on a turbocharged 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four engine that produces 295 hp (217 kW) and 295 lb-ft (280 Nm) of torque.

The WRX’s name is a reference to Subaru’s famed founder and current chairman, Hiramasa Subaru.

The car is also the name of the company’s namesake, a large, red Subaru that has been in operation since 1923.

The Subaru logo appears on the steering wheel and tail lights, and the logo on the side of the car is engraved into the hood.

The rear end also features a black stripe that was inspired by the color of the Subaru logo.

As the name implies, the WRX sports a wide, four-wheel-drive configuration.

Subaru’s WRX brand is a nod to the legendary brand of Subaru and its founder Hiromasu, who owned it from its founding in 1923 until his death in 2016.

In the late 1980s, Hiroma Subaru created Subaru to give back to the community.

His goal was to help young people get involved in Subaru.

He believed the WRT would give Subaru an identity that would not only be associated with his beloved company, but also bring people together.

A Subaru design languageThe new Subaru WRx is the second car in the company to feature Subaru’s iconic Subaru logo, and it will also be the first to be offered with a 4×4 sports car.

The front end of the WRx features an aluminum grille that wraps around the front bumper, and a large chrome grill around the rear end.

Inside, the exterior design of the STI is dominated by the new Subaru’s signature grille and chrome grill.

This design language is used for every other STI model.

The interior is a large and open-top, with a pair of big, wide, air vents in the rear.

The STI also includes a new six-speaker, 7-inch touchscreen audio system that uses Bluetooth, Bluetooth technology, and an active noise-cancelling microphone.

The system is powered by a 4.5-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 295 hp and 295 pound-feet of torque, while the electric motor produces 295 pound feet of torque and 270 hp.

The exhaust fan is mounted behind the driver and the tail lights and grille are located at the top of the instrument cluster.

Inside the WRFSTI is a dual-clutch automatic transmission that delivers 300 lb-feet (230 Nm).

The WRF has a rear axle and a rear suspension system.

The suspension and drivetrain system was built by Subaru Engineering and Subaru Performance Engineering.

The company has been the main supplier of Subaru’s automatic transmissions since 2002.

In addition to the new WRX and STI, the company also announced a new model, the 2018 WRX Limited.

The Limited will be offered in four different trim levels: Premium, Limited, Standard, and Touring.

The 2017 WRX has a starting price of $34,990.

The Subaru WRF STI Premium is the first car in its line of WRX models to feature the brand name, and its base price is $37,990, a 15 percent increase from the 2017 model.

The premium trim features a 6.7-liter 4-cylound turbocharged engine that makes 315 hp (180 kW) with a manual transmission.

The engine produces 295 lb.-ft (275 Nm), and the torque vectoring system helps it to produce an incredible 360 Nm of torque from 0 to 60 mph (0 to 100 km/h).

The standard trim has a base price of about $32,990 for the Premium, and $33,990 with the Sport package.

The new WRF Limited Touring, which is available as a standard model, is a sporty and upscale trim that is priced at $39,990 and starts at $38,000.

The limited trim features an 8.2-liter 3.5L V6 engine that can produce 315 hp and 285 lb-foot of torque with a three-speed automatic transmission.

It produces 370 hp (260 kW) at 6,300 rpm and 275 lb-force (220 Nm); that power is combined with the rear-wheel drive system and electric motor to deliver