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Subaru WRX STi

Originally introduced in 1992, the Subaru Impreza compact car was initially designed to be a replacement for the Leone line of vehicles. Today, the Impreza has developed through four generations offering a wide number of options over the years.

While the first generation was highly successful, the second and third generations have built and expanded upon that success, featuring a wide variety of vehicle types from the coupe, sedan, convertible and other variations that have proven to be quite popular with the public. Featuring a four to six cylinder engine options, durable, functional interior packages and the classic exterior of a Subaru, the WRX and STi versions have advanced considerably over the next three generations.

The 2nd & 3rd Generation of the Subaru WRX STi

First introduced in 2000, the “New Age” Impreza was larger that the first generation in both the sedan and hatchback models. Furthermore, there are turbocharged variants of the standard WRX and STi versions as well.

2nd Generation (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007)

  • GD: This particular chassis was used during the entire run of the second generation of WRX & STi sedan models.
  • GG: Produced at the same time as the GD, the GG is the wagon version of the WRX & STi models.

3rd Generation (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

  • GE: This is the standard four door sedan version of the WRX first introduced in 2008.
  • GH: This is the five door hatchback version first introduced in 2007.
  • GR: This is the wide body version of the hatchback version.
  • GV: This is the wide body version of the four door sedan model.

Difference between the Impreza, WRX and STi Versions

In terms of physical differences, there is basically none in terms of the Impreza and the WRX. This is because the “WRX” abbreviation was adopted for the third generation of Impreza models, so the difference lies only in the designation, not in the vehicles themselves. However, the STi version of the standard WRX differs in having a wider body, aluminum suspension and greater electronic modifications.

The Subaru WRX STi & Carbon Fiber Technology

Over the past decade, carbon fiber or CF auto parts have become quite popular for many vehicles including the Subaru WRX STi. The new twill weave design bonds together thousands of strands of carbon fiber creating auto parts that are more than twice as strong as steel, yet weighing less than 1/4th the amount.

What follows is a list of carbon fiber auto parts available, but not limited to, for the Subaru WRX STi.

  • Air Scoop Duct Intake
  • Eye Lids & Eyebrows
  • Side Mirror Covers Shells
  • Center Console Panel
  • Door Pillars Panel Covers
  • Rear Trunk Spoiler Lip
  • Rear Roof Visor Spoilers
  • Rear Boot Wing Spoiler
  • Rear Bumper Diffuser Lip

Scopione carbon fiber automotive parts are available for most Subaru models as well as vehicles from many other automotive manufacturers. Scopione is one of the leading independent retailers of carbon fiber aftermarket parts in the world.