If you’re looking for a stripped back sports car experience, you can’t go past the new Subaru BRZ sports coupe. With its 2.0-litre boxer engine and dynamic sports handling, the BRZ is as much about substance as it is about style.
The BRZ is an unapologetic sports car, featuring exceptional driver control, performance driven rear wheel drive and powered by a renowned engineering soul.
Sweeping curves, a sleek bonnet and muscular front fenders make up the classic sports design of the new BRZ. Its large rear diffuser aids the coupe’s advanced aerodynamics, allowing it to cut through the air with minimal resistance.
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With a low centre of gravity, rear wheel drive design, ideal engine mounting and driving position and Subaru’s renowned engineering soul; Subaru BRZ is any real sports car.
With a sleek bonnet design and sweeping curves flanked by muscular front fenders, dynamic side flares and striking 17-inch alloy wheels, the BRZ’s sporty design is a real winner.
The BRZ has a number of impressive technological features that are designed to provide the driver with exceptional control and convenience, including Bluetooth®6 wireless technology, power steering and remote central locking.
The BRZ offers a stripped back, authentic sports car driving experience. Even the cockpit layout and design is unapologetic; everything has been positioned for exceptional driver control.
Active safety features in the BRZ are complemented by an optimum blend of passive safety features, designed to enhance driver and passenger protection. From Brake Assist to Electronic Stability Control, safety is an integral part of the BRZ.
The BRZ’s high-revving 2.0-litre four cylinder Boxer engine features both direct and port injection technology, producing 147kW of power and 205Nm of torque, for a throaty engine roar only Subaru could engineer, manufacture and deliver.
*Source: Australian Design Rule 81/02 static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test. Real world fuel consumption will vary depending on a combination of driving habits, the condition of the vehicle, and other factors such as road, traffic and weather conditions. ADR 81/02 test results are meant for comparison purposes only.