UPDATE: Road & Track has pointed out that ClubRZ put out an image that appears to be the full view of the 2015 WRX. It looks ... well, uninspired. We can hope this isn't the real thing all we want, but the fact of the matter is that this is most likely it. Subaru said that it originated in Japan, but that the company cannot confirm nor deny whether it is real.
Subaru seems more than ready to finally get its finished 2015 WRX out to the masses. A couple weeks ahead of its official debut in Los Angeles, the growing Japanese auto company released the below image of the new design, only showing the nose. We've seen some early images of the STi variants of this car, and they seem to have been dropped down a few notches from the original concept, but it should still be a ton of fun with its turbo boxer and all-wheel drive set up. Subbie hasn't released any more info, but we'll keep you updated when we have more photos and specs.