This is what a 2022 Subaru WRX might look likeSeptember 1, 2020
This rendering of the Japanese Subaru WRX sedan is based on the updated Levorg station wagon. The new Subaru WRX is expected to be unveiled within the next 6-12 months.
There is not much time left before the official presentation of the new Subaru WRX. We’ve already seen the STI EJ20 Final Edition, which marks the end of further production of the 2.0-liter four-cylinder. It is possible that this could mean and discontinuation of sales of the current generation WRX as the new version of the model is expected to debut this fall The exact timing is not clear, but here’s our take on what it might look like.
In terms of design, we don’t think the new WRX will be too different from the current generation.
As you can see in the presented render, the novelty can get a slightly larger false radiator grille, with updated headlights that “cut” into the front panel.
The published render is clearly based on the recently unveiled 2021 Subaru Levorg station wagon. Initially exclusive to the Japanese market, the Levorg has migrated to other parts of the world, and we’ve heard that its look should be strikingly similar to the next generation WRX. The WRX will get a massive bucket on the hood and a huge rear wing.
The next generation WRX is rumored to be being developed in partnership with Toyota. Replacing the 2.0-liter / 2.5-liter will be the high-performance version of the 2.4-liter FA24 turbocharged four-cylinder currently used in the Legacy, Ascent and Outback models. In the WRX, the power of this power plant could be increased to 400 horsepower, although this power could be reserved for the high-performance STI version.
Either way, expect the next generation WRX to arrive within the next 6-12 months.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Subaru introduced a new version of the Levorg station wagon. The main feature was the new power plant. The debut of the car on the market should take place in October this year.
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