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2012 Subaru BRZ & 2013 Subaru BRZ STi

BRZ MODEL FOR 2012 / 2013
and in Collaberation with Toyota The GT86
Also the Scion FRS

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Subaru BRZ (Toyota GT86)

Subaru finally lifted the covers off of the Subaru/Toyota collaboration car, the Subaru BRZ (Toyota GT86). The GT 86 revealed at the end of November 2011 is essentially a rebodied BRZ, so you're looking at the same 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed flat four engine - a 'boxer' - producing 197bhp and 150lb ft of torque. The Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ models will have near identical bodies shells and a rear wheel drive drivetrain. The lightweight, 2 litre, normally aspirated front engine sits underneath an aluminium bonnett and is connected to the rear wheels by a six shift manual gearbox. The Subaru BRZ (Toyota GT86) is 4240mm long, 1300mm tall and 1775mm wide and has a kerb weight of aroundt 1220kg.

Production 2013 Subaru BRZ (Toyota GT86)
Revealed By Ryan Douthit, Driving Sports TV Click for Video Version

The heart of Subaru is the Boxer motor. Now, for the first time, Subaru is putting its venerable boxer into a small, lightweight rear-wheel drive sports car. It´s called the BRZ, and after 3 years of teasing, the production model finally made its big debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. Outside of how it looks, what else do we know about this super-light sports car? First up, the boxer motor.

Both the Subaru BRZ and it´s kissing cousin, the Toyota GT 86, come standard with a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated boxer featuring Toyota´s direct-injection system to improve economy. This motor puts down around 200 horsepower and 151 ft-lbs of torque through a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. That may not sound like much power, but remember, this car is [only] expected to weight nearly 2500 lbs.

A rear limited slip differential is standard. For those expecting all-wheel drive, here´s something to consider: I´ve discussed this car with someone that has had intimate time behind the wheel of an early development BRZ, and he characterized the handling as "perfect." According to my source, if engineers decided to cram an all-wheel drive system into the vehicle it would have only succeeded in ruining it. So there you have it. The 2013 Subaru BRZ.

It will go into full production in early 2012 and, other than a few minor styling queues, is exactly the same as the Toyota version - which is now being called the GT 86. If you´re looking for a more extreme BRZ, you don´t have to wait long.

The Subaru BRZ production was held up while Subaru tweaked the suspension. The Subaru BRZ appears to have been damped harder and sprung harder than the Toyota GT86 giving it more of an STi 'feel'. Subaru´s STI version is certain to be right around the corner.

Toyota GT86

Subaru BRZ Toyota GT86

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