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Subaru Impreza STi Cosworth CS400: DAMN YOU AGAIN, EUROPE!

Posted in Foreign Cars, General, Subaru by Kurt Ernst | March 31st, 2010 | 1 Response |

2011 Subaru Impreza STi Cosworth CS400

First it was the Ford Focus RS500 deemed unfit for U.S. shores, and now it’s the Subaru Impreza STi Cosworth CS400. While the name clearly wasn’t run by anyone in marketing, you can’t argue with the performance specs: 400 horsepower, zero to 100 kph in 3.7 seconds (shaving 1.5 seconds off a stock STI), six piston brake calipers and 14” front rotors developed with AP Racing. The limited edition CS400 also gets a unique interior, special exterior styling, an upgraded suspension and a tuned exhaust. Only 75 will be built, and you can bet that all that carbon fiber and Cosworth goodness won’t come cheap; while pricing hasn’t been announced, you may want to promise your first born child to the local Subaru dealer if it helps you get in the queue.

2011 Subaru Impreza STi Cosworth CS400

So what do we need to do for forgiveness, Europe? Adopt the metric system? Start calling soccer ‘football’? Stop treating Paris Hilton like a celebrity? You name it and we’ll make it happen, so long as you stop hoarding all the hot new hatchbacks on your side of the pond.

Source: Carscoop

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  1. S.Mo says:

    Err…for 40k GBP (or over 60k USD) I rather find a good used Jap spec STI – then go through the Whiteline and Cosworth USA parts catalog (they’ve made over 300 forged builds of the EJ25 engine), find a suitable turbo, exhaust and mapper and do it for half the price…