Subaru is rumored to work on a brand new hotspot, as the Japanese brand recalls the World Rally Championship after 10 years of the series.
Rumors revert in Japan, with local publication Response reporting a "scoop" that Subaru appears to counteract its evolving awareness in Europe with a return to the main mood in 2020.
In order to do that, however, it would need wheels to come in, and that would mean a new Toyota Yaris GRM size hot door that could be transformed into a rally car.
The site points to the brand Subaru Viziv Performance Concept, revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017, as an inspiration for a new Fiesta ST-rivaling hot air gap. However, that car was actually bigger than WRX (measured 4630mm long, 1950mm wide and 1430mm long).
It has been a lot of encouragement for Subaru, once in force in rallying, to return to WRC. Toyota Akio Toyoda has reportedly been a private call to his Japanese manufacturer to return to racing, while Japanese websites report that Subarus's own bosses believe that a return will rally the fastest way to put the brand back on the European map.
A rather great caution, though; This is just whisper and rumor at this time, so there are no guarantees. But we can hope, right?
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