The first live images and videos of the 2014 Subaru WRX Concept have surfaced from the New York Auto Show, and they look just as good as the renders released earlier this week. So far, we only know that it will boast a turbocharged engine, and most likely an STi variant. Continue reading for videos, more pictures, and additional information.

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Here’s a first look at the upcoming Subaru BRZ roadster, which may or may not include a turbocharged engine. Fortunately, the roadster model has been confirmed across the board, and will also be released in Toyota GT-86 form. Continue reading for one more picture of the rear profile.


Subaru has created a special version of the BRZ, called the GT300, that will compete in Japan’s SuperGT series next year. It features a wide body design and will pack nearly 300hp of power to go along with the styling. Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

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We have seen the future of Subaru, and it’s the BRZ STI concept. The production model “is expected to be equipped with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter flat-4, perhaps with as much as 200 bhp.” No word yet on pricing or availability. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video direct from the 2011 LA Auto Show.

If the car has about 200 bhp, that drag-inducing wing and diffuser won’t make much sense. The weight reducing carbon-fiber roof helps reduce the car’s center of gravity, but engineers say the BRZ’s CG is already lower than a Porsche Boxster’s.

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Touted as the world’s fastest snow cat vehicle, the TRAX STi combines two of Ken Block’s favorite things in life: “driving a rally car in the snow and snowboarding in the powder in the backcountry.” Video after the break.

It’s then sent to Vermont SportsCar where the power is upped to 400 hp, EXE-TC Group N dampers are fitted to all four corners and (obviously, duh) the wheels are ripped off and replaced with cat tracks.

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Before we get Gymkhana 3, Rob Dyrdek and Ken Block bring us Gymkhana 2.1. The team at Vermont SportsCar converted a go-kart into a mini version of Ken Block’s Subaru WRX STi. Continue reading for the video.

Edmunds Inside Line takes Ken Block’s Subaru Impreza WRX STi out for a full road test. Its engine was built by Crawford Performance and pumps out a 565hp. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Skipping 5th gear, the car still manages a 10.8-second pass through the quarter-mile at 123.7 mph. For reference, that’s 0.7-second quicker than the Corvette ZR1.

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Fifth Gear’s Tiff Needell joins actor John Barrowman as he “learns to drive a Subaru Impreza N2009 round the Sweet Lamb rally stage in mid-Wales.” Continue reading for the video.

Paramedics arrived at the scene and removed glass shards from Barrowman’s eyes before taking both to the hospital with no major injuries.

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Ken Block could have made his Gymkhana course look easy, but here’s an interesting spoof that puts a funny twist on it — Subaru Impreza STi not included. Continue reading for the video.

With a beaten base Impreza, a few sets of tires and enough fireworks to send Patton cowering under a desk, the creators of Scumballers and Team Torque have created ten full minutes of epic hoontastic footage.

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