Subaru debuted the rally-inspired WRX STI in 1992 and created a legend. Once among the unobtanium pantheon of Japanese sports cars along with the Nissan Skyline, the WRX finally made it America in the early 2000s, and fans everywhere could finally have their own blue-with-gold-wheels rally car. One model that hadn't made it across the Pacific is the WRX STI S, and Subaru is bringing the latest one here for 2019. Based on the Nürburgring Challenge-winning race car, the WRX STI S209 develops 341 horsepower from a turbocharged boxer four, driving all four wheels through a six-speed manual, just as the rally gods intended. A wide-body kit covers exclusive gold 19-inch BBS alloy wheels connected to bespoke Bilstein dampers, stiffer springs, Brembo brakes, and larger antiroll bars. The anything-but-subtle bodywork features a massive rear spoiler, making sure there's no mistake that this is one of the 200 S209s destined for the US market. Subaru will start taking orders for the S209 in late 2019.