Subaru unleashes special edition Impreza to celebrate 30 years of the iconic model

Thursday, 9th March 2023


Subaru Australia are pleased to announce the release of a new special edition Impreza, equipped with exclusive STI and Genuine Subaru Accessories, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the legendary model.

The Subaru Impreza AWD S-Edition will feature a range of styling upgrades to enhance its already modish look and will be available in limited numbers.

Subaru Australia’s Managing Director, Blair Read, commented: "Impreza has been an important part of the Subaru family for 30 years now, and this new special edition is our way of celebrating that legacy.

"The added styling enhancements provide enhanced sports styling to match the Impreza's Symmetrical All Wheel Drive capability."

Comprising all the specification available in the Impreza Hatch 2.0i-S, the Subaru Impreza AWD S-Edition will feature a range of STI and Genuine Subaru Accessories on the exterior, including, STI ENKEI 18-inch alloy wheels, STI front under spoiler, STI side under spoiler, sports grille, as well as an exclusive 'S-Edition' badge.

Featuring black interior trim and available in four paint colours – Pure Red, Crystal White, Crystal Black Silica and Magnetite Grey – the limited special edition Subaru Impreza will also feature a sleek STI shift knob.

The Subaru Impreza has been a favourite amongst Australian Subaru enthusiasts since its introduction to the market in 1993. The model has gained a reputation for its outstanding drivability, reliability, and safety features, and has earned numerous accolades over the years.

Since its introduction to market, to date almost 170,000* Subaru Imprezas have been sold in Australia.

The Subaru Impreza AWD S-Edition marks the last hurrah of this current generation Impreza before the new generation launches in Australia.

For more information or to place an order for a Subaru Impreza AWD S-Edition, visit your local Subaru Retailer or


*Data obtained from official VFACTS sales.



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