For a car company known for producing hard core all wheel drive machines comes a brand new sports car known as the BRZ.
|Lowered front to reflect its low center of gravity|
|Six speed manual|
To achieve this, Subaru mounted the Boxer engine on a specially designed sub-frame that ensures the engine is at the lowest center of gravity of the whole car.
|Exhausts pop out at each end|
An air splitter sits at the bottom of the front bumper that ensures smooth flow of air at the back. As usual Subaru six-star ornament logo sits perfectly at the center. The front has also been shaped to improve aerodynamic performance of the car.
|D-4S Boxer engine|
At the back the extended rear wheel arches extend out to connect with lines from the back. The LED rear lights grace each end of the rear bumper next to the tip of the boot that also acts as the spoiler.
Exhaust pipes pop out of the end of the rear while above the diffuser is a triangular shaped stop light next to the reverse lights.
|Eagle shaped headlights and low air splitter|
|Interior design and space|
It has paddle shifters that allow the driver to change the gears manually by use of the shifts. The front suspension employs struts for light-weight and high rigidity, while a double wishbone layout is adopted at the rear for better shock absorption.
Thanks to the lowly placed engine the car has a low center of gravity resulting to remarkable handling properties.
The steering wheel has made smaller to achieve sports car control. The digitally displayed speedometer is placed in the center of the gauges so that the driver can instantly see information without diverting attention from the road.
|Large storage space|
The seats have been specially designed to hold the driver and the passenger in place during tight cornering. The seats have also been placed low in the car to further boost the low center of gravity. It has room for four occupants and room in the boot for storage of things.
|Integrated rear spoiler|