Subaru BRZ

The Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 sports coupe is a joint venture between the two Japanese brands. The BRZ/86 coupe was first launched in 2012 as a 2013 model and is due for a complete remodel. The sports coupe is powered by a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated Subaru boxer engine producing 205hp. Toyota needed the Subaru boxer engine technology because of its horizontally opposed design that allows the engine to sit low in the chassis. This creates a very low center of gravity and is the perfect design for a front-engine rear-wheel-drive sports car.

The Subaru BRZ sports coupe, born out of the joint development venture with Toyota resulted in the two automakers finding out that two heads are better than one. The two rear-drive sports cars have been wildly successful in the first 5 years and interest continues to remain high among buyers.

2018 Subaru BRZ MSRP

The 2018 Subaru BRZ is attractively priced and has starting MSRP of $25,495.

Subaru will launch a new 2018 Subaru BRZ tS early in 2018 and it will be the first STI-enhanced BRZ for the U.S. market. BRZ tS comes with suspension and exterior upgrades over the standard model. It will feature STI-tuned front and rear SACHS dampers and coil springs as well as flexible V-braces under the hood for improve steering response.

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New Subaru BRZ

Why Subaru's New STi Ra and BRZ tS Meet with Mixed Reactions

Subaru has released its anticipated “RA” limited edition WRX STi. The car, which makes use of Subaru’s “Record Attempt” moniker, previously reserved for cars sold in Japan, will be produced in limited numbers, with just 500 specimens making their way to US. The production car derives its name from Subaru’s WRX STI Type RA NBR Special, which will attempt to set a new record at the Nürburgring in Germany.
The Subaru BRZ Prologue from the Frankfurt Motor Show

The Subaru BRZ Prologue makes its debut in Frankfurt - sort of

Leading up to the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Subaru announced that we would get our first good look at their joint venture with Toyota, named the Subaru BRZ Prologue and while the company made good on offering a closer look at the new rear wheel drive sports car, we still don’t know what the Subaru version will look like.