The 2015 Subaru WRX is revealed before its Los Angeles Auto Show debut.
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There was a time when Subarus were generally reserved for professors who lived in New England, as their agricultural ruggedness lent themselves well to snowy conditions.
Once merely a niche automaker of all-wheel-drive cars and station wagons, Subaru has evolved into a volume player, selling 336,441 vehicles in the U.S.
What do you get when you have a rear-wheel drive sports coupe, some windy roads, a few monkeys, and Mount Fuji as a backdrop?