They talk about Subaru to work on a brand new hot cover, because the Japanese brand after ten years in the series has been accused of returning to the World Rally Championship.
Rumors are being rolled out in Japan, with a local Response publication reporting the "sprinkling" that Subaru is seeking to reduce awareness in Europe by returning to the main phase of 2020.
To do this, there should be bicycles to enter, which would mean a new Toyota Yaris GRM size hot flap that could be transformed into a rally car.
The site draws attention to the Subaru Viziv Performance Concept brand displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2017 as an inspiration for the new Fiesta ST-rivaling hot flap. But this car was actually bigger than the WRX (4630mm long, 1950mm wide and 1430mm tall).
There are many incentives for Subaru when the Rally is forced to return to the WRC. Toyota's boss Akio Toyoda has privately called his Japanese counterpart to return to the races, while Japanese websites report that their own bosses of Subaru are considered to be the fastest way to return the trademark to the European map.
Although it is quite a big note; it's just whispering and rumors at the moment, so there are no guarantees. But we can hope, right?
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