Subaru WRX Club Spec everything you need to know

WRX Club Spec limited to 150 vehicles only

Subaru WRX Club Spec – Subaru Australia has confirmed the specification and pricing for the special edition Subaru WRX Club Spec. Due to land on Australian soil next month.   Subaru WRX Club Spec 2024 rally

2024 Subaru WRX Club Spec

The 2024 Subaru WRX Club Spec – with only 150 examples produced for the Australian market. This will be available in sedan only with six speed manual transmission. The model will be kitted out with a range of performance-focused enhancements including:

  • Recaro front seats,
  • Matte Grey finish 19-inch alloy wheels with high performance Bridgestone Potenza S007 tyres,
  • 6 piston Brembo front brakes,
  • 2 piston Brembo rear brakes,
  • ventilated and drilled front and rear brake discs and
  • specifically tuned steering and suspension.

Subaru WRX Club Spec 2024 Potenza tryes and 19 inch alloys

Priced at $52,590*, the limited-edition 2024 WRX Club Spec boasts distinctive features, including:

  • a prominent large STI style rear spoiler,
  • an exterior rear ‘Club Spec’ badge,
  • and an internal ‘Club Spec’ badge with a unique vehicle number out of the total 150 produced.

Subaru WRX Club Spec 2024 interior

Subaru Australia’s Managing Director, Blair Read, said: “The Club Spec name is one familiar to WRX enthusiasts with the first Club Spec offered in the late nineties and it being a well sought after special offering since then. The Club Spec offers the core ingredients for a WRX special edition of 19-inch wheels, Brembo brakes, recaro seats, and STI style rear spoiler. Limited to only 150 units this is sure to be a very special limited edition.”

Subaru WRX Club Spec 2024 rear wing

MY24 WRX model range

Additionally, the MY24 WRX model range comes with some changes across the line-up, with the most prominent being the addition of Subaru EyeSight® Driver Assist introduced to manual WRX sedan variants.

This introduces key safety technology and convenience features including, Adaptive Cruise Control, Emergency Lane Keep Assist, Lane Centring Function, Lane Departure Prevention, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Sway Warning, Lead Vehicle Start Alert, Pre-Collision Braking System, Pre-Collision Brake Assist, Autonomous Emergency Steering, Brake Light Recognition and Speed Sign Recognition.

Subaru WRX Club Spec 2024 front quarter

Other changes for MY24 WRX (over MY23 WRX) include:

  • A premium Harman Kardon®1 10 speaker and amplifier audio system newly introduced to all WRX Sportswagon variants.
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™2 included across all variants.
  • Ceramic White replaces Crystal White Pearl for WRX Sportswagon variants.
  • New Asteroid Grey Pearl exterior colour added to the WRX Sportswagon range.

The special edition Subaru WRX Club Spec, along with model-year 2024 WRX, is available now for purchase via or your local Subaru Retailer.

Subaru WRX Club Spec 2024 rear quarter

My24 Subaru WRX Manufacturer’s List Price*

WRX AWD Manual$47,490
WRX AWD Sport Lineartronic®$49,990
WRX Club Spec SE Manual$52,590
WRX AWD RS Manual$52,990
WRX AWD RS Sport Lineartronic®$55,490
WRX AWD tS Sport Lineartronic®$57,990
WRX Sportswagon AWD Sport Lineartronic®$51,790
WRX Sportswagon AWD GT Sport Lineartronic®$57,290
WRX Sportswagon AWD tS Sport Lineartronic®$59,790

*Prices are Subaru (Aust) Pty Ltd’s Manufacturer’s List Prices only and include GST but exclude dealer delivery charges and all other government and statutory charges. For the drive-away price of Subaru vehicles, consumers should be advised to contact their local authorised Subaru dealer.

  1. Harman Kardon® is a registered trademark of HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated.
  2. Compatible Apple® or Android™ device required.
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