That is the 2021 Subaru WRX Membership Spec Restricted Version, a particular mannequin capped at simply 150 items that’s unique to the Australian market.
It’s no secret the present Subaru WRX and WRX STI fashions are getting a bit lengthy within the tooth, and in Australia, the WRX Membership Spec Restricted Version will probably be one in every of, if not the, remaining variant earlier than the present mannequin is changed.
Inside, the Japanese automaker has fitted Recaro sports activities bucket seats up entrance in addition to an STI steering wheel completed in Ultrasuede. Moreover, the Membership Spec Restricted Version comes customary with an 8-speaker Harman Kardon audio system full with a subwoofer and amplifier – oh, and it additionally has badging denoting it as a particular version.
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As for the skin, it’s accessible in three colours (WR Peal Blue, Crystal Blue Silica, and Crystal White Pearl) and sports activities 18-inch STI alloy wheels and matte black Membership Spec badging. Fashions optioned with the six-speed handbook transmission additionally include Brembo brake calipers that embrace four-piston items on the entrance.
Like common WRX models, the Membership Spec Restricted Version is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged boxer engine with 264 hp and 258 lb-ft (350 Nm) of torque, and regardless of not being any quicker than a traditional WRX, it comes at a premium. In reality, costs for the six-speed handbook begin at AU$47,990 (US$34,472) plus on-road prices, whereas the CVT auto prices AU$50,490 (US$36,267) plus on-road prices. Meaning the six-speed handbook is AU$7,500 (US$5,387) greater than a daily WRX.