The good folks over at NASIOC procured the blurry (intentional?) shot above, along with some specs on the Japanese market Impreza. Thankfully, it looks like the de-chromed grille has made another appearance, which, by many accounts, is far better than the one shown on the production car unveiled in New York.

Aesthetics aside, according to the poster, the JDM market Impreza will dispatch the WRX moniker in favor of "S-GT." Why? We have no idea. But it strikes us as odd that Subaru would replace the highly praised three-letter designation.

Additionally, flyinpig posted specs on this body kit-equipped model, citing front brake sizes up to 16-inches (?), 15-inch solid discs in the rear and an AVCS twin-scroll turbo mated to the EJ20X boxer. Output on the revised four comes in at 250 HP and 246 lb.-ft. of torque, routed through the same five-speed manual found in the USDM vehicle, albeit with a final drive of 4.11 versus the 4.44 currently used.

You can check out all the information by following the 'Read' link below.

[Source: NASIOC via Straightline]

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