Due to interest from performance vehicle enthusiasts, Subaru Australia's first allocation of the Subaru BRZ, which start arriving from mid-December this year, is nearly all pre-sold.
The first allocation of 500 vehicles, which covers the first model year BRZ, has been nearly exhausted by Australian consumers keen to secure the iconic sports car for themselves. With less than 90 vehicles still available, there is a limited opportunity for customers to secure their Subaru BRZ in the first half of 2022.
The BRZ has been completely redesigned and reengineered, with improved power, torque, acceleration and better handling. Powered by Subaru's naturally aspirated 2.4-litre direct and port injection four-cylinder, horizontally-opposed Boxer engine, the Subaru BRZ is available in two variants: BRZ Coupe and BRZ Coupe S; both with the choice of six-speed manual or six-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission.
BRZ's new engine delivers almost 18 per cent more torque than the superseded manual model and over 20% more torque than the outgoing automatic. BRZ's new body has approximately 60% greater front lateral bending rigidity and approximately 50% more torsional stiffness. The stiffer body contributes to improved steering response, more nimble handling and better stability.