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2013 Subaru BRZ

CAR GARAGE | 2013 Subaru BRZ | The rare driver lucky enough to own one will experience distilled to its Subaru engineering essence. Get a look at the all-new 2013 Subaru BRZ in action. See how the intelligent design and the low center of gravity help the BRZ Caress blow through every curve and every straightaway, the way a sports car was Meant to handle the road. Then hear the inspiration and the science behind the BRZ, of toll by the Subaru designers and engineers involved.

Take a first look at the U.S. production models of the 2013 Subaru BRZ, unveiled January 10 at the Detroit Auto Show. The new 2.0-liter SUBARU BOXER   engine Produces 200 horsepower and sits lower and farther back in the lightweight chassis, enhancing response and handling while offering impressive fuel efficiency and power. The U.S. models also comes with limited-slip differential, High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights, a GPS navigation system and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity standard. The 2013 BRZ is expected to be available Stateside this spring.

The experts at Road & Track note That the center of gravity on the Subaru BRZ "is lower than a Ferrari 458 Italy's, and its polar moment of inertia is lower than That of a Porsche Cayman S, Achieved with the help of short body overhangs front and rear, and a radiator tilted rearward to minimize height. " From the strong torque numbers to the direct-injected engines, Road & Track says the Subaru BRZ "has the right stuff," Including an exhaust system designed to "amplify the good noises when needed, but quiet down for cruising."

On November 30, the 2013 Subaru BRZ made its debut at the Tokyo International Auto Show in Japan. The BRZ sports a lightweight design and offers nimble performance.

The new Subaru BRZ is one of Those cars. The Subaru BRZ is the result of one of the auto industry's oddest joint ventures since Alfa Romeo and Nissan hooked up in the 1980s to Produce the Arna, a car That spectacularly combined the worst features of both: It had Alfa Romeo's suspect reliability and Nissan's boring styling and sloppy handling. Subaru gets a great sports car it could not afford to build, and Toyota gets a great sports car, to be badged as a Scion here in the United States, that it could not find room to build. Subaru did the engineering, and will build both versions at its Gunma plant in Japan. Both cars will initially be identical, apart from front and rear bumper fascias, badging, and details of equipment levels.

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