Subaru WRX STI EJ20 Final Edition Ends The Engine’s 30-Year Run


Previewed about a month ago, Subaru’s swan song for the EJ20 engine has made its first public appearance today on the dawn of the Tokyo Motor Show where it shares the spotlight with the new 2020 Levorg prototype. The flat-four mill made its debut back in 1989 on the JDM-spec Legacy and has since powered a variety of Subie models with or without forced induction.

The last hurrah for the horizontally opposed EJ20 is represented by a special-edition WRX STI based on the Japanese-market Type S model. The turbocharged 2.0-liter unit pumps out 304 horsepower (227 kilowatts) and 422 Newton-meters (311 pound-feet) of torque channeled to both axles through a six-speed manual gearbox as the car gods would’ve wanted.

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