Subaru unveiled the new 2022 BRZ today at Thermal Club Raceway, and it looks great!
Drifting and wet skid pad starting at 6:00! Hope you enjoyed this because we had a blast filming it.
Here we do our tried-and-true “Look Ma! No Voiceover!” point-of-view drive of a 2018 BRZ. In our experience, the BRZ is an impressive car if you love to drive the twisties and do track days, yet you also want a usable daily driver. If, OTOH, you think a Viper is the perfect car, well this will not be your cuppa tea.
A new report out on AutoExpress paints a clearer picture of what the BRZ STI may look like.
There’s no doubt that the Toyota GT-86/Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ rear-wheel-drive sports car has been one of the most eagerly anticipated vehicles of the last few years.
This is, maybe, possibly, hopefully the car that will be known as the Scion FR-S when it appears in the United States. Of course, we probably won’t see the Scion badged version until January’s Detroit Auto Show. In the mean time though, the world debut of the Toyota GT 86 offers quite a bit of information about the car that will debut in about six weeks.
We already knew about it a few weeks back, but short of one rear three-quarter shot, we had no clue what it looked like. That’s changed now, with Subaru releasing images of the BRZ STI – Concept. This concept gives us the first clear look at the face of Subaru’s version of the Scion FR-S/Toyota FT-86. For more details on the BRZ STI, check out our original posting, here.