All 2024 BRZ models get EyeSight driver assist
BRZ tS gets beefier brakes
Subaru has launched a special edition of the BRZ compact performance coupe. And this time it’s more than just a sticker and paint package, giving the car some serious suspension and braking upgrades along with more driver assistance features.
It’s called the 2024 Subaru BRZ tS, and it has been tuned by Subaru performance arm STI. They’ve given the tS special new dampers that are meant to increase handling precision and give drivers better control and stability.
Subaru has improved the braking system, too, adding four-piston front and two-pot rear calipers with larger pads and rotors. They should reduce brake fade resistance and improve pedal feel. Plus they’re gold, which looks cool. Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires on the 18-inch alloys make the shocks and brakes work.
For the first time on a stick-shift car, the BRZ tS gets EyeSight. That’s Subaru’s driver assistance suite that includes adaptive cruise, pre-collision braking, lane departure, and more. Every 2024 BRZ with a stick will get EyeSight as standard, a feature that was previously reserved for automatics.
Wrapping up the BRZ tS changes are badges and black-trimmed mirrors and antenna. The cabin gets contrast blue stitching and some blue on the headrest. There’s also an STI logo on the starter button.
The engine is the same 228 hp 2.4L flat-four, the stick shift has six speeds, and there is a Torsen LSD out back. The 2024 Subaru BRZ tS hits dealers in Q1 of 2024, with pricing to follow.