The Subaru Impreza wrx started from the original World Rally Cross platform cars Subaru’s. Subaru adopted the name “Wrx” stand for “World Rally experimental” (in some places Wrx stands for “World Rally Cross”) as all versions Subaru Impreza wrx(1992 to present) feature rally inspired technology, including all wheel drive, suspension and turbocharged four-cylinder engines. Subaru Impreza STI versions were sent with sequential numbers. One way to determine the version of a Subaru Impreza wrx was to look at the chassis code. All Wrx sold between 1992 and 2000 to the beginning chassis code of GC8 sedan or GF8 hatchback, this is followed by a letter from A to G. Coupe versions share “GC” code and sedans, outside the US, where they have a different chassis code of “GM”.
In 1994, Subaru introduced the Subaru Tecnica International (STI) translations Wrx Japan. These models were enhanced through many stages, including blueprinted engines work is organized, transmissions, and suspension from Subaru Impreza wrx standard. The STI versions Subaru Impreza wrx were immensely successful and popular gatherings among the leading riders, street but it was only sold in Japanese market. Compared Subaru Impreza wrx, the STI had modifications mostly mechanical.
Subaru Impreza wrx GC8A (11 / 1992-9 / 1993)
The Subaru Impreza wrx debuted in November 1992 with 240 PS (176.5 kW, 236.7 hp). The difference between the viscous coupling type, rear limited slip difference was the type of viscous. The Subaru Impreza wrx Type RA a stripped down version of the Wrx before the Japanese market to buy for Brands and Tuning. Intended to race and rally, translations RA usually lighter weight, featuring a reduced soundproofing, manual windows, no air conditioning, no anti-lock brakes, racing and added features such as engines more robust, driver controlled center differentials, and be prepared to be shortened. The Subaru Impreza wrx Type RA uses a closer ratio gearbox and a leather steering wheel three-spoke from Bardi.
In Europe, Subaru Impreza wrx was called Impreza GT, and as the Impreza Turbo 2000 (UK). It came to 208 hp (155 kW, 211 PS). In the United Kingdom, Subaru offered six “Wrx 1.8GL” in 1993. The firm’s six Type RS, car development led to the stripped-out Type RA. Three cars to Prodrive, three bodies were retained by Subaru UK and were later sold. For UK car certificate reasons were registered as’ 1.8GL “, despite the 2.0 liter turbocharged engine.
Subaru Impreza wrx GC8B (10 / 1993-8 / 1994)
In October, 1993, Subaru introduced the 1994 model year Subaru Impreza wrx which produced 240 PS (176.5 kW, 236.7 hp). The rotors in the rear took place from a solid disk to disk. October 1993 was the start of production of the hatchback version, 220 PS (162 kW, 217 hp).
The first STI was known as “STI”, 100 a month were produced from February 1994. It had 250 PS (184 kW, 247 BHP). This version of the STI was the only version where the standard cars were taken at the end of the assembly line and was replaced by STI parts. An STI version of the RA Type was presented, and many amenities deleted to reduce weight and cost. To produce 275 PS (202 kW, 271 BHP), the version Wrx STI came to a Driver Controlled Center Differential (DCCD). This device was an Electromechanical difference that could lock the difference.
Subaru Impreza wrx STI
Debuting at the Tokyo Auto Show in October 2007, Subaru Impreza wrxSTI to create more versions of the standard Wrx vehicles. The STI available in Japan included with the 2.0 liter EJ207 engine with a twin scroll turbocharger generating 227 kW (308 PS) and 422 N · m (311 lb · ft) of torque. Export markets are higher-displacement 2.5-liter EJ257 unit with single-scroll VF48 turbocharger is rated at 221 kW (300 PS) and 407 N · m (LB 300 · ft) of torque. The turbocharger directing air through a larger top of the mountain Ungas has lost the red “STI” that was for previous generations. The STI (3,395 lbs) heavier than the Wrx (3,174- 3,240 lbs depending on color) for the transmission more robust, the difference in the back and other support chassis.
Like the standard Subaru Impreza wrx, the third generation model was a “Subaru Wrx STI”, and Japanese markets notably to desist from this meeting. To differentiate the STI from Subaru Impreza wrx, Subaru chose to manufacture the broad STI with a body and as a result, track-as noted by flared wheel arches. In addition, Subaru used aluminum suspension parts for the STI. To reset the Electronic include a multi-mode electronic stability control and the “normal”, “traction”, and modes “off”, Subaru Intelligent Drive (SI-Drive) three modes: “intelligent”, “sport”, and “sharp game “, and multi-mode driver controlled center of the difference (DCCD). The DCCD allows the driver to switch between manual and auto torque distribution ratio of the difference between. Subaru Impreza wrx distribution can vary from 35/65 to 50/50 front / rear.