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2022 Subaru BRZ patented in Australia as local launch draws closer

Patent filings for the 2022 Subaru BRZ have been published in Australia, as the latest checkpoint along the second-generation Subaru sports coupe's road to Australian showrooms. Design patents filed with Australian intellectual property officials reveal little not shown off at the BRZ's global unveiling in November 2020: an evolutionary step over the outgoing model in the design department, with new front and rear fascias, more sculpted side skirts and wheel arches, and overhauled lighting signatures...

2021 Subaru BRZ GT300 race car revealed for Japan's Super GT series

The recently-revealed 2022 Subaru BRZ will go racing. Subaru's motorsport division has unveiled the BRZ GT300, a track-honed, high-downforce version of the second-generation sports car, designed to compete in the lower-rung GT300 class of Japan's Super GT sports car racing series...

Mysterious 2022 Subaru BRZ may hint at an STI model

A camouflaged 2022 Subaru BRZ has been spied testing at Fuji Speedway in Japan, wearing body parts suggesting the possibility of an STI variant. The left-hand-drive BRZ was shown on Twitter by user @taku_saf1, showing a deeper lip spoiler add-on with winglets at the sides, finished in black...

Subaru reveals why its 2022 BRZ missed out on turbo power

The 2022 Subaru BRZ was officially unveiled last week, but, to the disappointment of many fans, the low-slung sports coupe still doesn’t have a turbo – now the Japanese manufacturer has revealed the reason why. The new-generation model is powered by a naturally-aspirated version of Subaru's 2...

2022 Subaru BRZ STI Rallye: Off-road 'Safari' coupe imagined

The much-anticipated Subaru BRZ coupe has been revealed to the world, and it's been the inspiration for same day-dreaming here at CarAdvice. Last week the BRZ was unveiled, with Subaru showing off a heavily-revised version of the first-gen BRZ, but with an increased length, a lower height, and a much stiffer chassis than the outgoing model...

Gallery: 2022 Subaru BRZ

Subaru's new-generation (well, a little old and a little new) BRZ sports car is now upon us, although an Australian debut is still roughly a year away...

2022 Subaru BRZ officially unveiled, Australian launch confirmed

The 2022 Subaru BRZ has been officially unveiled, after months of rumours and teasers. Let's start with the information every car enthusiast has been waiting for: powering the new BRZ – and likely the next-generation Toyota 86 – is a 2.4-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder 'boxer' engine. You read that right: no turbocharger to be found here...

2021 Subaru BRZ teased again ahead of November 19 reveal

Subaru has released another teaser for its next-generation BRZ coupe, which is due to be unveiled on November 19 (1am AEDT). The video teaser (click here to watch it on Subaru's website) appears to show the left rear wheel at an angle, while the car was drifting on a racetrack. This prompted internet forums to wonder whether the new Subaru BRZ/Toyota 86 twins will be offered with rear-wheel steering...

2022 Subaru BRZ leaked, teased for November 19 debut - UPDATE

UPDATE, November 5 2020: Subaru has launched a teaser website for the upcoming "all-new" 2022 Subaru BRZ, offering a first clear and undisguised look at the coupe's new headlight design. (I reckon our man Theo did a great job, even if he missed the squared-off inside edge of the headlight shape...

Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 due in third or fourth quarter of 2021

The much-anticipated 2021 Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 coupes are expected to be in Australian showrooms at the end of of 2021. CarAdvice understands no firm date has yet been given to local dealerships, however there is an internal expectation that – if all goes to plan – the new models will begin arriving during the second half of 2021, some six months after the model was initially expected...

2021 Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ may stick with non-turbo power

The 2021 Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ sports car twins may not gain turbo power after all. An enthusiast blog claims to have spotted a test vehicle in traffic – and that it did not sound like it had turbo power. It is unclear if this means the Toyota and Subaru sports car twins will have a choice of turbo and non-turbo power, or if all of this is an elaborate hoax...