It’s got more power and weighs the same as the old car.
A Torsen limited-slip differential is standard.
The new BRZ arrives in showrooms this fall.
The Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86, are two of only three remaining new cars that combine driving pleasure fundamentals: a manual gearbox, RWD, and a naturally-aspirated engine. The new 2022 BRZ will be available in two different trims with the base Premium starts at $27,995.
The basic BRZ will be delivered with Keyless Access with Push Button Start; 7-inch digital instrument panel; 8-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; LED headlights; Vehicle Stability Control with Track Mode; 17-inch wheels, along with the truly important elements. The sole engine available will be a new 228-horsepower 2.4-litre Subaru Boxer engine. The standard transmission will be a 6-speed manual while a 6-speed automatic transmission will be a $1,600 option.
The Limited trim, priced from $30,495, will include 18-inch wheels mounted with Michelin® Pilot Sport 4 summer tires; Blind-Spot Detection with Lane Keep Assist and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert; Steering Responsive Headlights; and STARLINK Safety and Security.
The all-new 2022 Subaru BRZ will be in showrooms this fall.