The Subaru BRZ RA Racing has been introduced for the Japanese domestic market, giving fans of the rear-wheel-drive sports car the perfect start towards building their own ultimate track weapon.
Designed from the factory with the intention of being a base car for track work and for further circuit-style modifications, the Subaru BRZ RA Racing gets larger brake discs front and rear, an engine oil cooler, Torsen limited-slip differential,16-inch steel wheels, six-point roll cage, four-point racing harness, two speaker stereo, model specific floor mats, unpainted door handles, and front and rear tow hooks.
Available with a six-speed manual transmission only – and on sale exclusively in Japan – the BRZ RA Racing starts from $28,815.
Starting in the early 1990s with the cult WRX platform, Subaru Type RA models were lighter, stripped-down variants, intended for use in motorsports such as racing and rallying. They featured no air-conditioning, no anti-lock brakes, manual windows, reduced soundproofing, shorter ratio gearboxes, and stronger engines.