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Subaru WRX STI S209, Suzuki Jimny pickup, Audi self-driving tech: Today's Car News

Follow Viknesh 2018 Suzuki Jimny Over the years, Subaru has treated fans in its home market with special versions of its WRX STI boasting extra power and less weight. The latest is the S209, which debuts next month at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and is slated for local sale. We

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Hotter Subaru WRX STI headed to Detroit auto show confirmed as the S209

Subaru WRX STI S209 teased ahead of 2019 Detroit auto show A hotter version of the Subaru WRX STI is coming to America, and Subaru on Thursday confirmed the car as the S209. We’ve already known about the car for sometime since Subaru’s confirmation follows the discovery of a trademark application for the name made

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Hotter Subaru WRX STI teased ahead of 2019 Detroit auto show debut

[embedded content] The S209 is coming to America. Subaru on Thursday teased a hotter WRX STI variant ahead of its debut at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. While Subaru did not confirm the S209 name, the teaser follows a trademark application for the name, which surfaced just Tuesday. In the teaser

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Subaru trademark application hints at hotter WRX STI for US

2018 Subaru WRX STI Type RA Could Subaru fans in the United States finally be in for a hotter WRX STI akin to Japan-only special editions? A new trademark filing suggests so. AutoGuide first discovered a Subaru trademark application on Monday for “S209.” On the surface, it appears someone has stuck their spoon into a

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“Baby Driver” Subaru WRX, “Fast & Furious” star cars head to auction

2006 Subaru WRX from “Baby Drive” for sale Three separate auctions should command the attention of movie buffs and car enthusiasts alike. Live Auctioneers will handle the auctions for three movie cars: the 2006 Subaru WRX from “Baby Driver,” 1972 Chevrolet F-Bomb Camaro from “Fast & Furious,” and the off-road 1967 Camaro from “Furious 7.” Ansel

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Subaru Executive VP Tom Easterday to retire December 31

Tom Easterday, who was Subaru of Indiana Automotive’s executive vice president until transitioning to executive adviser last month, has worked at Subaru Corp.’s lone manufacturing plant outside of Japan from its beginning in 1989. It has been a period of twists and turns for the automaker, and the plant has told the story of Subaru’s

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