If you talk about tearing up the quarter-mile, slashing corners on the tarmac, or dominating a rally stage, you've probably heard of the Subaru Impreza. The Impreza is a compact car that was initially introduced as a replacement for the Leone. The Impreza soon built a name for itself in the automotive realm thanks to its capabilities on multiple terrains. The WRX STI models were, of course, the cream of the crop. They received throatier turbocharged boxer engines that, with unequal-length headers, make a sound you won't mistake for any other car. This specific Evo killer is up for sale with just 18500 documented miles on the road. This 2012 Subaru WRX STi Limited with SPT and Cobb is 1 of just 111 cars that came in this specific configuration and is even rarer still, being 1 of 11 left-hand drive cars.
This Midnight Blue third-gen model is the sedan version — one of the two body styles offered. The exterior has underbody frame stiffening and aggressive styling that includes a hood scoop, flared fenders, a giant spoiler for improved aerodynamics, along with a Blinder HP9000 laser diffuser system. The interior stays standard, sporting black leather bucket seats with the red STi logo embroidered into the headrests, a short-shift gear, silver accents for a sporty feel, and a three-spoke STI steering wheel. The car also features a remote starter on the key fob.
Under the hood is a 2.5L turbocharged flat-four boxer engine that's been dyno tested by Altitude to produce a whopping 400hp, supplemented by a factory-installed Cobb cold air intake and blow off valve. This specific Scooby was tuned at Altitude and has been pro-tuned on a 4WD dyno by Cobb. This garage-kept car also includes a factory-fitted SPT exhaust that's connected to a Cobb downpipe with a turbo heat shield. The car is reportedly meticulously maintained, and it shows.