2015 WRX STI Gets Hot-Hatched in Render

Rendering

With no plans for a hatchback from Subaru, it’s this or the old model.

Having unveiled its all-new 2015 WRX STI in sedan form onlyat the Detroit Auto Show, Subaru has left some hatchback fans wishing for afive-door model of the 164 mph next-gen car. But what the Japanese won’t do,designers already have: check out this rendering by RM Design, showing what a2015 STI hatchback would look like – gold rims, massive spoiler and all. If you’reinto hot hatches, this will give you something to dream about in the meantime.

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