If this snarly little video doesn’t make you want to go out and drive like a hooligan, there could be something wrong with your prefrontal funhaver. You should get it checked out by a professional.

Subaru’s rally-heritage WRX and WRX STI models are getting an update for 2018.

The redesigned cars will have better airflow through a lower grille opening and a restyled front fascia. The interior and display of each vehicle are upgraded, and available LED steering-responsive headlights will improve visibility.

Restyled 18-inch wheels on the WRX Premium and Limited trims are a stylistic upgrade, and a Performance Package will be available for the WRX. It includes Recaro performance seats and red brake calipers with high-performance pads.

Along with a host of other developments, the WRX STI will have some cool 19-inch wheels, painting a nice little scene over the upgraded Brembo brakes.

As your local automotive professionals, we would be happy to do some diagnostic tests to determine the condition of your prefrontal funhaver. The first step is to monitor your response to a 2017 Subaru WRX test drive, and we’ll decide on a course of action from there. Don’t delay, because we wouldn’t want your condition to get serious.

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