The Subaru WRX’s most fresh finish care only introduced in the 2015 version year, but Subaru fans are constantly looking forward to what’s next for the rally-bred story and news is coming as the WRX will get a mid-cycle refresh for 2018, and a wholly brand-new vehicle won’t arrive until around 2020.
Contents of a brand-brand-new WRX have been brought by the beginning of the brand-new Subaru Global Platform that underpins the brand-new Subaru Impreza. By acting as a derived of the former Impreza, the WRX now, technically, has the version-specific architecture that had been rumored for 2015. The Global Platform will eventually hold every Subaru, but as per Subaru team, there’s not enough moment to properly work it onto a brand-new WRX for 2018 and assuming the full version cycle will be about four or five years and 2018 will be a facelift only.
It’s not the outgo, but everything goes through an act cycle. You can’t reduce that production cycle, there are many things to think such as permanence try-out and likewise. It’s not as easy as acting the turbo motor out of one vehicle and presto, off you go. You’re communicating about finish mixture tune and development and is a large process.
That doesn’t convey people won’t be bittersweet about waiting until 2019 or 2020 for a brand-new one. Perhaps by then, the brand will have found a route to drill it with more energy than the 268 horsepower made by the turbocharged 2.0-liter flat-four in the WRX and the 305 horsepower made by the turbo 2.5-liter in the STI. There has been no reply from Subaru yet.