More than 300 Subaru Imprezas and 1000 fans also joined in the event.
The car was one of the most iconic in a range of limited edition Subaru Imprezas which were produced by Prodrive during the late 1990s and early 2000s. It was also the only road car to bear the Prodrive name. Only 100 were produced, all in the same blue colour.
Back in the day, the car was unveiled by England’s World Rally Champion, the late Richard Burns, at the UK motorshow in 1999, but went on sale in 2000.
The car was based on a two-door Japanese specification Impreza, but had modifications engineered by Prodrive to the suspension, drivetrain, trim and aerodynamics to make it a sought-after model.
Read about the Subaru Impreza here.