Subaru BRZ Models and BRZ History

A 2+2 passenger sports car introduced for 2013, the Subaru BRZ was, in many ways, a different perspective to see the company's modern performance image. The brand's first sports car since the SVX, the BRZ also became the first two-wheel drive vehicle to be sold in the United States by Subaru since 1996. The BRZ's low performance stature has been created to aid aerodynamics and agility. Co-developed in association with fellow Japanese automaker Toyota, Subaru's contribution to the jointly-developed vehicle was a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder Boxer engine. Incorporating a fuel injection system using direct and port injection for peak performance, the BRZ's engine produced 200 horsepower. Along with an improved suspension for 2015, the Subaru BRZ line included limited-run WR Blue Pearl and Crystal White Pearl painted vehicles with special interiors. For 2016, the StarLink multimedia system with 6.2-inch touchscreen became standard on the BRZ. In the same year, a 500-unit limited edition Series.HyperBlue Subaru BRZ consisted of special styling touches such as 17-inch alloy wheels, blue interior stitching, simulated carbon fiber center dash panel and glossy black exterior badging.

New and Used BRZ Prices, Subaru BRZ Model Years and History

Subaru’s sporty BRZ coupe is stylish and sleek, and will zip you to and from locations in comfort.
The BRZ by Subaru brings some zing to the compact coupe arena.
One of the more popular performance cars on the roadtoday, the BRZ by Subaru is fast, sexy and elegant, simultaneously.
Unique doesn't begin to describe the 2014 Subaru BRZ, a two door sports coupe capable of doing 0-60 in 6.7 seconds.
An all new sports coupe, the 2013 Subaru BRZ is powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder BOXER engine that produces 200 hp for a 0-60 time of 6.7 seconds.