The Subaru BRZ is a subcompact coupe that has served as the brand's purest sports car since its introduction in 2013. It's not as fast as the WRX or STi sedans, but its simple front-engine, rear-drive layout has made it a favourite with sports car enthusiasts. Subaru co-engineered the BRZ with Toyota, which sells the same car as the 86.
There are no changes to the BRZ for the 2020 model year.
BRZ trims are base, Sport-tech and Sport-tech RS. All three use a 2.0L four-cylinder engine. Base and Sport-tech RS trims come with a six-speed manual transmission, while Sport-tech uses a six-speed automatic.
The base BRZ comes with automatic on/off LED headlights, LED taillights, 17-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch infotainment display, an eight-speaker stereo, air conditioning, tilt-and-telescopic steering column, power windows, cloth upholstery with red stitching, six-way driver and four-way front passenger manual seat adjustments, and keyless entry.
Sport-tech trim adds LED fog lights, dual-zone automatic climate control, passive keyless entry, multi-function information display, black leather seating, heated front seats, and leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter.
Sport-tech RS bring gunmetal gray wheels, Sachs dampers and Brembo brakes.
Subaru's fuel consumption estimates for the BRZ are 11.2/8.3 L/100 km (city/highway) with the six-speed manual transmission, and 9.7/7.2 with the automatic.
This vehicle has not yet been reviewed