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Subaru BRZ tS: Japan-only model on sale

The production version of the limited edition Japan-only Subaru BRZ tS has been revealed by the company's performance arm, Subaru Tecnica International (STI). First seen earlier this month in concept form, the Subaru BRZ tS sports several upgrades over the regular BRZ, although none affect the base car's 147kW/205Nm 2.0-litre non-turbo boxer four-cylinder engine...

Subaru BRZ tS STI concept revealed in Japan

The Subaru BRZ tS STI concept has made its public debut in Japan, revealing only cosmetic changes and no engine upgrades. Teased earlier this week and still tagged as a concept car, but appearing production ready, the Subaru BRZ tS STI was shown at the ‘86 Style’ event at Fuji Speedway in Japan – a festival that celebrates the original Toyota AE86 and the BRZ's sister car, the 86...

Subaru BRZ STI: enhanced Japanese sports car teased

Images of an STI-badged Subaru BRZ have appeared on the website of the Japanese brand's official tuning division, raising hopes of an enhanced version of the rear-wheel-drive sports car. The images feature on STI's Japanese-language homepage along with the tag line "Purity of handling" and the enticing promise "Coming soon"...

Subaru BRZ S: STI performance package released

Subaru Australia has announced the availability of a new STI performance package with the introduction of the Subaru BRZ S, adding a number of interior, exterior and suspension upgrades to the rear-wheel-drive sports car. The pack is priced at $7995 (including fitment) for existing or new owners of six-speed manual BRZs and $7195 those for those with the six-speed automatic transmission...

Range Rover, 86 and BRZ, and A-Class get five-star ANCAP rating

In the latest round of crash testing performed by the Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ coupe twins, Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback and Range Rover luxury SUV have been awarded a maximum five star rating. With dual front, side and driver’s knee airbags, the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ received 34...

Subaru BRZ Convertible 'undecided'

With Toyota having all but confirmed the Toyota 86 convertible for production, Subaru says it still hasn’t decided whether or not it will do a similar body style with its sister car, the Subaru BRZ. Speaking to CarAdvice at the Geneva Motor Show, the president and CEO of Fuju Heavy Industry (the parent company of Subaru), Yasuyuki Yoshinaga, said that no decision on a BRZ convertible has yet been made by Subaru...

Subaru BRZ Gymkhana video

If you're desperate to find yourself in a new Subaru BRZ but can't convince the other half, perhaps this video may serve as an inspiration. Made by the folks at Subaru Spain, this BRZ commercial certainly showcases some of the benefits of the car's rear-wheel drive system. We won't ruin it for you.

Subaru BRZ RA Racing: new model keen for the track

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...

Subaru BRZ: extra stock headed for local showrooms in 2013

An extra allocation of 140 Subaru BRZ sports cars are expected to arrive in Australia in early 2013, bumping forward expected delivery dates for eager customers. Subaru’s announcement of the additional vehicles for February and March, will mean anyone with an expected delivery date of May onwards can now expect their Subaru BRZ to arrive in their driveway early...

Subaru BRZ STI Sports Kit concept unveiled to tempt buyers

The Subaru BRZ STI Sports Kit concept car has been unveiled at today's 2012 Sydney motor show, flaunting a range of soon to be available performance parts and accessories from the Japanese brand's tuning arm. The rear-wheel drive Subaru BRZ STI Sports Kit concept car is loaded with parts from Subaru Tecnica International (STI) that will be sure to wet the tuning palate of many BRZ owners...

Subaru BRZ motorsport project car puts fans on track

The track-only Subaru BRZ motorsport project car, built by New Zealand-based Possum Bourne Motorsport (PBMS), has been unveiled at today’s 2012 Sydney motor show to the delight of die-hard Subaru motorsport fans. While Subaru Australia says it has no current plans to re-enter the motorsport arena itself, the PBMS Subaru BRZ motorsport project car was initiated as a response to the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the BRZ road car from motorsport enthusiasts...