Japanese automakers have ascended the auto industry’s ladder to become some of the most popular and consumer friendly in the whole world.

The Japanese company has long been known for producing fantastic, rally-inspired, performance-oriented vehicles.
Consumers look onto Subaru as affordable little tunable sports car. The Impreza STI WRX for instance can be tuned to up to or more than 550hp fairly easily. And if you upgrade the suspension and brakes you are left with a wicked little track car that can compete with all the Corvettes, Porsche and Ferraries out there!


280HP / 2.2L / 0-60 mph in 4.7s / TOP SPEED 144 mph

“The Subaru from hell” as Car and Driver so eloquently puts it, was a 4.7 second car that put up startling numbers for something that looked so dated. Rocking the boxy, early 1990s look, the 22B STI was only made in a batch of 424 cars, and was designed to commemorate Subaru’s 40th anniversary. Limited to an overall top speed of 144 miles-per hour, and rocking an unorthodox 2.2-liters of engine displacement, this obscurity rode its 280 horsepower motor all the way to infamy.

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