Everything you ever wanted to know about the Subaru BRZ, and more.
Subaru has released a two-part film focusing on the development of their new 2013 BRZ. The first clip focuses on the sports coupe's low center of gravity, new platform, suspension, the steering and driving position and stability control.
Subaru's pursuit of "Pure Handling Delight" works well with its 200hp 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder engine. It can sprint from 0-60mph officially in 7.3-seconds, however MotorTrend claims that number is more realistically in the 6.4-second region.
The affordable rear-wheel-drive Subaru BRZ carries a base price of $25,495, however only 6,000 units will arrive in the U.S. market in 2013.