This is a near $1,500 increase from the 2020 model year car.
The second-generation Subaru BRZ is more powerful yet just as lightweight.
The hot compact sports car segment is getting hotter. Of the many new entries so far in 2021, the Subaru BRZ (and its Toyota 86 twin) are the ones that have some ground to make. Subaru is looking to deliver more, and they will with the all-new $29,495 BRZ.
The first-generation cars were extraordinary with one exception according to some owners: they needed more power. Subaru has bumped up the boxer-4-cylinder’s displacement to 2.4 litres and power has increased to 228 horsepower. Tipping the scale at only 2,815lbs, it will be quicker.
The base $29,495 BRZ will be fitted with a standard 6-speed manual transmission, a 7-inch digital instrument panel, an 8-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and much more. The next model is the BRZ with EyeSight which, at $31,895, also includes the 6-speed automatic transmission.
The second and top trim for the 2022 Subaru BRZ is the Sport-Tech. For #32,495, it gains 18-inch wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4 summer tires, leather and Ultrasuede seats, an 8-speaker audio system, and more. Here, Subaru’s EyeSight with accompanying automatic transmission will be priced at $34,895.