Based on the top trim of the JDM-spec Levorg and equipped with various extra parts, the new Subaru Levorg STI Sport #. The most sporty Levorg in production today is the Subaru Levorg STI Sport. 500 copies of the Levorg STI Sport will be made available, but only to the Japanese market.
A new set of 19-inch BBS forged alloy wheels with a black finish and STI lettering on the center caps are among the cosmetic modifications. 225/40R19 Michelin Pilot Sport 5 tires are mounted on the wheels. The remaining body kit components, which are all finished in black and include the grille, mirror caps, front splitter, and roof spoiler extension, are carried over from the Levorg STI Sport R.
Subaru upgraded the interior by adding two Recaro bucket seats with ultra suede and synthetic leather upholstery, silver stitching, and the STI logo on the headrests. In addition to being covered in suede, the dashboard and door cards are also encased in leather. The metal pedals, the black roof liner, and the flat-bottom steering wheel are additional sporty touches.
Similar to the WRX, the engine is a 2.4-liter, four-cylinder boxer turbocharged engine that makes 271 horsepower. Through a CVT gearbox with a virtual eight-speed manual mode and Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, power is distributed to all four wheels. A new control unit and a performance oil cooler have been added to the transmission.
Adaptive dampers are included with the special edition. However, Subaru engineers modified the chassis utilizing STI Performance parts to enhance its handling, ride, and steering stability. These include flexible draw stiffeners on both ends and a front strut tower brace with the STI logo.
Between January 26 and May 12, Subaru will accept orders for the Levorg STI Sport # in Japan. The price, which is anticipated to be greater than that of other trims that are readily accessible, was not disclosed by the company.