I recently spent some time in the 2018 Subaru BRZ TS.
That's the STI tuned version of the sporty little coupe and here are five things that you definitely need to know.
So what makes the [UNKNOWN] different from [UNKNOWN] well there's a few things, in the front, I've got a spoiler followed by [UNKNOWN] breaks now that's really important this is a [UNKNOWN] car, you wanna make sure that you're carrying as much [UNKNOWN] for as long as possible 18 inch wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 rubber.
You got a side rocker panel, you got stiffer suspension, a stiffer chassis plus a rear spoiler and of course, this giant carbon fibre wing.
Now you add all that together and it means this guy is hella grippy.
Under the hood is the same, that two-liter, four-cylinder engine, which is knocking out 205 horsepower in a measly 156 pound feet of torque.
Now, with all the improvements they made in the chassis and the aero, you would think they could have thrown a turbocharger in here or something.
Subaru is only going to make 500 of the.
So good luck finding one.
Now, when it comes to driver's aids, [LAUGH] you're funny, cuz there aren't any.
Sure there's Subaru's Starling system with Apple Car Play and there's cruise control, but adaptive Through cruise control, lane keeping assist, blind spot monitoring yah no no no no, there are none of those things.
The STI tuned little sport coupe is $33,450 now that is a pretty good price, but it's still $5,000 over the top trim of the regular BRZs That's five things you need to know about the improved BRZ.
We've got a full review and a ton of pictures for you over on theroadshow.com.
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