Subaru Unveils Limited Edition 2019 WRX And WRX STI Series.Gray

Subaru unveiled the limited edition Series.Gray WRX and WRX STI models at the 2018 Subaru Tecnica International Boxerfest. The cars are limited to 750 WRX units and just 250 WRX STIs.

The cheaper of the two is the WRX Series.Gray, priced at $32,595. It’s available exclusively with a 6-speed manual transmission, a Cool Gray Khaki exterior, Crystal Black Silica badging and 18-inch alloys with a black finish.

Based on the WRX Premium grade, the Series.Gray WRX comes with the automaker’s Performance Package, boasting Ultrasuede-trimmed Recaro seats, 8-way power driver’s seat, JURID front brake pads and a moonroof delete. It also features LED Steering Responsive Headlights, LED fog lights and Keyless Access with Push-Button Start.

Meanwhile, spending $39,695 will land you the WRX STI Series.Grey, with the same Cool Gray Khaki exterior, Crystal Black Silica badging, and 19-inch wheels instead of 18-inches. Its Brembo brakes come with a silver finish and a black STI logo, while the cabin features black Ultrasuede with Carbon Black Leather bolster, an Ultrasuede steering wheel with red stitching, Recaro seats with an 8-way power driver’s function and Keyless Access with Push-Button Start.

As for its handling prowess, there’s a unique Bilstein STI sport-tuned suspension, featuring Bilstein dampers for the inverted-strut front suspension and double wishbone rear suspension.

Both the 2019 WRX Series.Gray and WRX STI Series.Gray are expected in Subaru retailers this fall.

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  • UhhHuhh


    • Bo Hanan

      Only Subaru (or Acura) would do this. Zoolander Unbelievable.

      • willhaven

        I think Mazda would do this. They are the kings of “Special Edition” versions.

  • Andrew Ngo


  • Alfa Giulia QV

    So basically nothing has changed much? Cool.


  • Mill0048

    They look great. Wish I were in the market for one.

  • Mundek

    Too little, too late. Econobox farewell edition (as it joins the EVO it their long over-due retirement).

  • SteersUright

    Too bad about those abysmal looks. The car is now so oddly proportioned with its massive front and rear overhangs. This car has become a caricature of its former self.

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