Subaru’s driver assistance technology is finally available in South Africa, and we had the chance to sample this so-called “EyeSight” system in real-world traffic conditions,… Read more →
Subaru revealed the new Impreza quite some time ago, but now we finally have the WRX and WRX STI editions which feature some minor improvements,… Read more →
Subaru seems to be saving some of its most interesting special edition models for its domestic market. Yes, the S4 tS trim has already been used on… Read more →
McLaren hoped that it could win this year’s hill run at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Behind the wheel of its P1 LM hyper car… Read more →
Introduced at this year’s New York International Auto Show, the all-new fifth generation Impreza will feature Subaru’s symmetrical all-wheel drive system as standard, just as… Read more →
Earlier this week we reported on Subaru’s new global platform which will make its debut on the new Impreza. Now Subaru has released the first… Read more →
Subaru purists might not approve, but this Subaru Impreza Sport Hybrid shows the Japanese automaker is not averse to some progressive thinking. Set for sales in… Read more →
Subaru has undergone something of a recent image change with a range of competent, but largely unexciting, models aimed more towards American tastes than the quirky appeal of its earlier offerings. This could be set to change with the implementation of a program that will overhaul the powertrains and underpinnings of the company’s upcoming models.
Mark Cronje and co-driver Robin Houghton (Sasol Ford Fiesta) increased their championship lead this weekend when they clinched the win ahead of hard-charging Johnny Gemmel and Carolyn Swan (Castrol Team Toyota Auris) at the Sasol Rally in Mpumalanga.
The Impeza name is dead… in South Africa at least. Teased as a concept at Shanghai, and scheduled for official unveiling at this week’s Frankfurt Motor Show, the new Subaru XV is set to replace the outgoing Impreza range in South African showrooms by February 2012.