1988 April 2: Founded as subsidiary Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (capital: 50 million yen)
1988 Nov. 2: Capital increase: 150 million yen (200 million yen after increase)
1989 Jan. 12: Capital increase: 50 million yen (250 million yen after increase)
1989 Subaru Legacy set FIA sanctioned record of 100 thousand consecutive kilometers of driving and
world record of 223.345km/h
1990 Started full-scale entry to World Rally Championship (WRC) from Safari Rally 1990
Best result of overall 4th place, first win in Gr. N class in Safari Rally
1991 WRC: Best result of overall TOP 3rd
1992 Legacy STI version built and sold to order
WRC: Best result of overall TOP 2nd
1993 WRC: Legacy won first overall at Rally New Zealand
Impreza debuted at WRC 1000 Lakes Rally
Legacy won Manufacturer's and Driver's Champion in Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC)
1994 Impreza STI version built and sold to order
WRC: Impreza won Acropolis Rally, New Zealand Rally and British RAC Rally
Impreza WRX-RA STI version built and sold to order
APRC: Won Manufacturer's and Driver's Champion for second consecutive year
1995 Impreza WRX-RA STI version II built and sold to order
WRC: Won Rally Monte Carlo, Portugal, New Zealand, Catalonia, British RAC Rally
WRC: Won both Manufacturer's and Driver's World Champion
1996 Impreza WRX-RA STI version III built and sold to order
WRC: Won Acropolis, Sanremo and Catalunia
APRC: Won Driver's Champion
WRC: Won Manufacturer's World Champion
1997 WRC: WR car introduced from first race
WRC: Three consecutive won from Rally Monte Carlo to Safari Rally
WRC: Three consecutive won in second half from Rally Sanremo and RAC Rally
Impreza WRX-RA STI version IV built and sold to order
WRC: Won Manufacturer's World Champion (First time a Japanese car wins three consecutive times)
1998 Impreza 555 Replica STI version built and sold to order
Impreza 22B STI version ('97 WR car replica version and limited edition of 400 units) sold out immediately after announced
WRC: Won Rally Portugal, Tour de Corse, and Acropolis
1999 WRC: Won Rally Argentina, Acropolis, Finland, Australia, and Great Britain
2000 Impreza S201 STI version built and sold to order
WRC: Won Safari Rally, Portugal, Argentina, and Great Britain
2001 WRC: Won Rally New Zealand (New Age Impreza appeared from first race)
WRC: Won Driver's title
2002 Impreza S202 STI version limited edition went on sale
Legacy S401 STI version limited edition went on sale
WRC: Won Rally Monte Carlo and Great Britain (35 total wins in WRC)
2003 WRC: Won Cyprus Rally
WRC: Won Driver's title
P-WRC: Impreza won Rally New Zealand, Argentina, Cyprus
P-WRC: SUBARU driver Martin Rowe won Driver's title
2004 WRC: Won New Zealand, Acropolis, Japan, Great Britain and Italy
P-WRC: Impreza won Rally Australia
P-WRC: SUBARU driver Niall McShea won Driver's title
Impreza S203 (limited to 555 units) built and sold to order
2005 WRC: Won Rally Sweden, Mexico and Great Britain
P-WRC: Impreza won Rally Sweden, Cyprus, Turkey, Argentina, Great Britain, Japan and Australia
P-WRC: SUBARU driver Toshihiro Arai won Driver's title
S204 (limited to 600 units) built and sold to order
2006 P-WRC: Impreza won Rally Mexico, Argentina, Greece, Australia and New Zealand
P-WRC: SUBARU driver Nasser Al-Attiyah won Driver's title
2007 Ichiro Kudo assumed the position of President
P-WRC: Won Rally Acropolis and New Zealand
P-WRC: SUBARU driver Toshihiro Arai won Driver's title
Legacy tuned by STI (limited to 600 units) built and sold to order
2008 STI celebrate 20th anniversary of its foundation
P-WRC: Won Rally Great Britain
STI S402 (limited to 402 units) built and sold to order
Impreza WRX STI "STI 20th ANNIVERSARY" limited edition went on sale
FHI withdrew from FIA WRC after 2008 season
2009 Takeshi Tachimori assumed the position of President
"SWRT Memorial Collection" went on sale
New office completed
EXIGA 2.0GT tuned by STI (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
2010 Hiroyuki Karamatsu assumed the position of President
R205 (limited to 400 units) built and sold to order
LEGACY tS (limited to 600 units) built and sold to order
FORESTER tS (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
PWRC: Won Rally Sweden, Jordan and Japan
SUPER GT300: Won Suzuka
2011 WRX STI tS (limited to 400 units) built and sold to order
Germany Nürburgring 24-hour race: Won SP3T class
SUPER GT300: Won Suzuka and Oita Autopolis
S206 (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
PWRC: Won Rally Portugal, Argentina, Finland, Australia, Spain, and Great Britain
PWRC: SUBARU driver Hayden Paddon won Driver's title
IRC Production Cup: SUBARU driver Toshihiro Arai won Driver's title
2012 Germany Nürburgring 24-hour race: Won SP3T class for the second year in a row
EXIGA tS (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
PWRC: Won Rally New Zealand and Italy
LEGACY 2.5i EyeSight tS (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
2013 STI celebrate 25th anniversary of its foundation
Germany Nürburgring 24-hour race: Won 2nd place in SP3T class
WRX STI tS TYPE RA(limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
SUPER GT300: Won Suzuka
SUBARU BRZ tS(limited to 500 units) built and sold to order
2014 Yoshio Hirakawa assumed the position of President
Germany Nürburgring 24-hour race : Won 4th place in SP3T class
Super GT300 : Won Fuji
FORESTER tS (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
2015 Germany Nürburgring 24-hour race : Won SP3T class
Subaru BRZ tS (limited to 300 units) built and sold to order
STI S207 (limited to 400 units) built and sold to order
2016 Germany Nürburgring 24-hour race : Won SP3T class for the second year in a row
Super GT300: Won Suzuka
(As of October 2016)
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