On December 1, 2015, expect a limited-edition model derived on the Subaru WRX STI to be known as “S207.” This model is being made by Subaru Tecnica International (STI), which is the motorsports division of Fuji Heavy Industries.
S207 will be fitted with exclusive engine and suspension tuning. It will also have its own exterior and interior design. This model derived from the WRX STI is created to stand on top of the STI car lineup.
It is made to become the most enjoyable vehicle in world that provides a very gratifying riding experience while improving driving skills. It is powered by a specially tuned engine that provides up to 328 PS of output.
STI’s S207 features original STI components like a flexible tower bar, front-rear Active Torque Vectoring and DampMatic II front suspension with adjustable damping – paving way for dynamic yet agile ride even on corners.
With a quick steering-gear ratio of 11:1, the S207 also boasts of improved handling. Its driving performance is further enhanced by Brembo six-pot brakes (front) and four-pot brakes (rear), an exclusive large front spoiler and specially designed 255/35R19 tires.
Brakes used in the S207 feature monoblock opposed-piston brake calipers and drilled rotors (two-piece type in front).
Moreover, the S207 also features special design elements like the rear-bumper air outlet, customized sports instruments and exclusive STI-spec Recaro front bucket seats.
Around 200 kits of the "NBR Challenge Package" will be available for the S207, inspired by the spirit of the Nurburgring 24-Hour Race. This package includes an exclusive dry carbon rear spoiler as well as an ornament that pay tribute to Subaru's victory in the SP3T class in the 2015 Nurburgring 24-Hour Race.
Customers for this limited edition car could choose from three different body colors: WR Blue Pearl, Crystal White Pearl, and Crystal Black Silica. STI is also offering "NBR Challenge Package Yellow Edition" in vivid Sunrise Yellow, limited to just 100 kits. STI will only produce and sell 400 units of the S207 and customers must make their orders by March 6, 2016.