The new WRX was to debut at the NYIAS.
Officially, it will now be revealed in early September.
The current-generation WRX and WRX STI are the last remaining Subaru vehicles not built on the brand’s global platform. The arrival of the Japanese Rallye-bred performance sedan is long-awaited and unfortunately, we’ll have to be a little more patient.
The original plan involved the return of the New York International Auto Show after being pushed back and eventually canceled due to the ongoing global pandemic. Subaru was to debut the WRX later this week but now, according to Road & Track, the new WRX will break cover in early September.
The world of performance driving and car enthusiasts is eagerly awaiting the arrival of this now legendary automobile. Potential buyers will very soon, tonight, in fact, find out more about the all-new Nissan Z which is considered a potential competitor. The WRX will retain the services of an AWD system which will more than likely be paired with a turbocharged 2.4-litre boxer-4-cylinder engine with more power than the outgoing car.
No official date has yet been shared however early September is the working timeframe.