The Subaru WRX is a compact car introduced in 1992. Subaru, a division of the Fuji Heavy Industries, is a Japanese automaker. The firm was founded by Kenji Kita in 1953. Its headquarters are located in Tokyo, Japan. The brand's first car, the Subaru 1500 (initially called P1), was unveiled in 1954. The next model of Subaru, the 360, was rolled out in 1958. The production of trucks began in the 1960s and the first truck, the Sambar, was released in 1961. In the 1970s, Subaru started manufacturing larger vehicles like the Leone and Legacy. In 1977, the brand introduced its most successful model, the Brat.
The Subaru WRX was rolled out in three generations: 1992–2000, 2000–2007 and 2007–2013. The car was released with three engine choices: 1.6L, 1.8L and 2.0L. A 2.5L engine was introduced in the second generation. WRX cars were offered in trims like the R, LX, GL, RX and RS,. They were available in coupe, sedan, station wagon and hatchback body styles.
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