Subaru Company Has Released The Hot Version Forester Ts Sti
"Hot" modification crossover called tS STI, turbocharged, will be released in a limited edition 300 machines. To try the new product in fact will only Japanese drivers: tS STI is designed for the domestic market.
Design "charged" Forester almost entirely borrowed from the same concept presented last year: from the standard version of the car features a new sports body kit, 19-inch wheels BBS and some nuances of the interior (leather and suede logo STI).
Under the hood tS STI hides two-liter turbocharged engine developing 280 HP and 350 Nm of torque and working with stepless variator Lineatronic. This pair allows the crossover to reach a maximum speed of 260 km/h (electronically limited). Acceleration up to hundreds of manufacturer has not announced. For comparison, 263-horsepower version of the Forester tS STI previous generations left it to 6.5 seconds.
Under the changed dynamics have modified and other systems: added rigidity to the roll bar and installed a more efficient brakes from Brembo.
The company will accept orders for "charged" crossover to 5 April. The price of the Forester tS STI in Japan starts with 4,35 million yen.
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