Subaru brings back Club Spec for WRX

Subaru has confirmed the return of the WRX Club Spec, due to land on Australian soil next month. Just 150 examples will be available down under, in sedan and 6-speed manual transmission only.

The 2024 Subaru WRX Club Spec will be kitted out with a range of performance-focused enhancements including, Recaro front seats, and Matte Grey finish 19-inch alloy wheels with high performance Bridgestone Potenza S007 tyres.

6-piston Brembo front brakes, 2-piston rear brakes, ventilated and drilled front and rear brake discs and specifically tuned steering and suspension all feature, for $52,590 plus on-roads.

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The limited edition variant also boasts a prominent large STI-style rear spoiler, an exterior rear ‘Club Spec’ badge, and an internal ‘Club Spec’ badge with a unique vehicle number. The new model is in addition to some changes for the entire 2024 WRX range.

The most significant of these is the addition of Subaru EyeSight driver assist being added to manual WRX sedan variants. This introduces key safety technology and convenience features including adaptive cruise control and emergency lane keep assist.

It also adds lane centring, lane departure warning and prevention, lane sway warning, lead vehicle start alert, pre-collision braking and brake assist, autonomous emergency steering, brake light and speed sign recognition.

A premium Harman Kardon 10-speaker and amplifier audio system has been added to all WRX Sportswagon variants, with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto now a feature of every model.

In the paint stakes, Ceramic White replaces Crystal White Pearl for WRX Sportswagon variants, with the new Asteroid Grey Pearl exterior colour also added to that range. For more information, contact your local Subaru dealership.

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