Subaru should probably do something to refine its slippery credibility among fans. Ten years ago, the company left the world rally championship. And now, their trams have been subjected to a wide range of continuously variable transmissions. We do not see a better way for Subaru to show that we are still concerned about building the best 2020 Subaru WRX in history (and will follow it with a new generation of the BRZ sports car).
Exterior and Interior
From the first moment, it is obvious that we have inspired much of our representation of the Viziv performance concept that Subaru presented at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017. Although this is not explicitly mentioned, it is obvious that this concept was the idea of Subaru of what was possible for the next generation of 2020 Subaru WRX with the name “Performance” and the fact that, during his presentation, he was the only Viziv studio to get a four door style body. Now, we also have the Viziv Performance TSI that falls at the 2018 Tokyo Motor Show, giving more credence to the fact that the six star brand weighs its options for a new generation 2020 Subaru WRX. Of course, it must be said that Subaru has a long history of incredible concepts that are never put into production, but we expect this trend to end with the next 2020 Subaru WRX. If Subaru really makes good use of this impressive design, we expect a very attractive machine, full of angles and additional geometric shapes. We will break down the elements in play, starting from the front. The fairing is updated with a lot of hard lines, including a six sided grill divided in half by a single wing line and the required six star badge. Inside the grille, you’ll find a matte black insert with hexagonal shapes to let in fresh air. On both sides of the grille, the headlights have a landmark shape that tilts toward the center of the vehicle, adding aggression to Scooby’s expression. We also expect C-shaped daytime running lights with LEDs, as well as headlamps (also equipped with LEDs) sensitive to spotlights to illuminate corners. Below, the fog lights in the turns disappeared, replaced by large shots equipped with the same matte black hexagonal inserts that can be seen in the main entrance. A complementary entry slot completes the appearance, with lines of plucked characters that give it a splitter appearance. And, of course, we can not forget the exclusive hood, which is located at the front and center, and which is flanked by a few extra lines of characters to add even more visual force. Moving on the sides of the car, we immediately find large flared wings that cover the front wheels. These fleshy body panels add a ton of width to the front and enhance the sporty performance of the 2020 Subaru WRX. The rear facing vents are bigger this time, with cool horizontal stripes that do not really do much, but they look great anyway. Under the fenders, you’ll find 18 inch, alloy twin spoke wheels divided by a BBS engine draped in a dark silver finish. We hope the 2020 Subaru WRX will come standard with the 18, adding an inch to the 17 standard outgoing model.
The basics of the 2020 Subaru WRX cockpit should be more or less unchanged. It will still have a capacity of five passengers in total, with a small space in the trunk for various things as needed. A characteristic of passage in the back seat will maximize the practicality, as well as several storage containers scattered here and there. Heated seats will be a good complement for winter mountain excursions. In terms of design and functionality, the 2020 Subaru WRX is primarily concerned with the basics to go fast. Dive into supportive sport seats (with possibly even bigger reinforcements thanks to Recaro), and you’ll find a flat bottomed steering wheel directly in front of the driver. Handles of considerable size are in positions 10 and 2, while a series of thumb operated buttons keep it connected to the line when using infotainment systems at the same time. Meanwhile, on the foot, there is a set of pedals cut in alloy and finished with a brushed metal look for a good appearance, as well as rubber inserts for better grip during quick maneuvers from heel to toe. In the center console, there is an attractive looking lever lever topped with a red shift pattern and surrounded by a brushed metal edge. Behind the gearshift lever is the parking brake and duo cupholder, plus a decent size armrest compartment. The center console consists of a touch screen that handles information and entertainment tasks, as well as three rotary knobs for climate control. At the top of the table you will find a secondary screen for additional information, such as boost pressure, outdoor ambient temperature, etc. Adding extra flavor to the performance is carbon fiber everywhere, even on the board, while alcantara is used for seating. The leather trim has also been added to the flat bottom steering wheel and shift knob, the dark colored trim being offset by contrasting red stitching. In terms of information and entertainment configuration, the 2020 Subaru WRX will no doubt be equipped with Subaru’s latest Starlink multimedia equipment, which launches security features such as automatic collision notification, enhanced roadside assistance, stolen vehicle recovery and other services. apart. The entertainment side also offers support for smartphones, application support, voice commands and navigation.
The 2020 Subaru WRX’s burgeoning engine is the four bladed, under the hood engine, turbocharger and exhaust. Like a cherry in an ice cream, this aluminum protrusion is surmounted by a large intercooler that is bolted to the block to be force fed by the iconic WRX bell. And yes, it will still offer you a good dose of thrash when you put your foot on the ground. With the arrival of the new generation model, we hope Subaru will again use the 2.0 liter FA20 engine. Introduced for the first time with the VA generation in 2014, the FA20 changes it from the long EJ series used previously. Unlike the latest engine generation, the FA20 keeps the turbo location on the right side of the block and brings it closer to the front of the car, preventing the turbo heat from destroying the number three cylinder and the forget. The new engine also offers a wider torsion curve than the EJ, with a maximum power of 268 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. While the current melody is decent for the segment, we hope that Subaru decides to improve its game and give the base model 2020 Subaru WRX the true power it deserves. We believe that 300 horses will not be exceeded, provided that the STI version is the best for the Focus RS with more than 350 horses. Having so much at your disposal would also help to justify the constant increase in the price of the car. As for the rest of the transmission, the 2020 Subaru WRX will come with a CVT (ugh) and a manual gearbox (yay!). Clearly, if you are on this site, you are using the manual to optimize your driving experience, because changing the speed to six speeds offers a level of commitment and enjoyment that variants of two pedals all simply can not match Putting power on the sidewalk is a standard symmetrical AWD system. In terms of performance, the 2020 Subaru WRX will reach the 60 mph mark between 5 and 4 seconds, with a speed record of around 150 mph. Also worth noting that speculation points to the possibility that Subaru will give the 2020 Subaru WRX a hybrid powertrain, with recent reports that suggest adding extra batteries and an electric motor or two to help the four doors meet the higher standards shows. This could include the addition of a powered rear axle, which would be a significant change from the traditional symmetrical full power transmission we have benefited from in the past. While improving efficiency and perhaps adding extra agility in the corners, a system of this type also loads the Rex with a significantly greater weight to balance it. Anyway, the delicate little machine we knew before changes, and we still have not seen exactly how.
Price and Release Date
The current 2020 Subaru WRX is priced just above its front wheel drive competitors, and although we do not expect Subaru to raise the base price too much, it’s likely the new 2020 Subaru WRX is closer to $ 30,000 when it’s done. its debut in 18 months 2020 or Model 2021