LEGO Technic Subaru Impreza WRX STi

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Reproduction of the famous japanese rally car.
Built in the classic Lego Technic Supercar style.

Features :
– 4 cylinder boxer engine
– Symmetrical AWD transmission
– 5+R manual gearbox
– Front MacPherson strut suspension
– Rear double Wishbone suspension
– Detailed interior
Everything openable

More pictures :
Full review (in French) :

Music :
Riptide Kevin MacLeod (
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Alexander Riedel says:

one of the best lego cars on youtube!

No Name says:

It’s a Porsche, but Subaru

Foxi 17 says:

What is the price?

Loebas says:

Well tbh it looks more like a Mitsubishi Evolition X

R742S says:

where did you buy it from mate

kevin juarez says:

where can I buy a kit like this

Rio blyth says:

I love subaru wrx sti's mint creation

Pixel says:

Please make instructions, a tutorial, or something, because this'd be super awesome to have.

Reisuke Kanagawa says:

Like for BOXER engine

Frederik Andersen says:

one of m favorite mocs ever

Felix says:

Why is it black it must be blue;)

프로젝트 says:

I think that this car is the best car ever i seen. Awesome!!

leg ink says:

Je suis super fan de la Subaru impreza wrx sti

Endothermic Madness says:

Giving a shot at a Subaru Impreza STi. 🙂 just two questions, what wheels are you using and do you recommend using lots of long axles or a combination of short axles for the center drivetrain? I plan to put a fast shifting 4-speed (I wish 6-speed but it wouldn't shift fast enough) with a buggy motor. Having trouble shaping the wheels but overall, got it figured.

Daniel the Husky says:

if you think about it, this would be great for kids from 6-12 years old, given they don't try to rip it up intentionally. What I mean is, it's a tough MOC, kids could be easily amused by all the details, and be able to play with it like it's racing in a rally cross. It's quite brilliant actually!

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