We understand that some Subaru owners love their cars for what they are and hate them for what they look like and will try anything to improve their styling, but the British owner of 1993 Impreza WRX may have taken things a bit too far.
The modified Japanese sports car’s front end is borrowed from a mid-to-late 2000s Audi A4 (B7) while the rear was made out of bits and pieces from the previous generation, Bangle-styled BMW 5-Series (codenamed E60).
The blistered wheel arches, side skirts, black alloy wheels and the shaved doors are bonus parts.
The mix-and-match of German car components is certainly not to everyone’s taste, but we are going to agree with the crew from GTSpirit that everything seems to have been crafted on prudently from a styling point of view.
The Japanese-German WRX is said to be powered by Subaru’s 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-four with 240-ponnies.
The car is listed for auction on eBay UK with the highest bid the last time we checked being £4,000 or about US$6,200 / €5,100.