Apart from bringing in the Outback and highlighting the EyeSight technology, Motor Image Pilipinas (MPI), official distributor of Subaru in the Philippines, also displayed the new BRZ. If you weren't able to notice it, we're letting you take a closer look on what's changed on the Japanese brand's new coupe.
The new BRZ 2.0 has a couple of revamps on the exterior. These include new LED headlamps with Daytime Running Lights, fog lamps with adjustable inner reflective surfaces, and 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. However, the noticeable changes are the now-standard midsize rear spoiler, enlarged twin exhaust pipes, and the double fin garnish on the front quarter panel.
The interior still hosts a variation of features to enhance driving experience. Features such as the paddle shifters, dual zone automatic air-conditioning system, and a 4.2-inch Multi-information instrument cluster make up the cabin. Not to mention, it has folding rear seats to extend the luggage room. There is also a mix of leather and Alcantara materials sewn together for seat upholstery.
The Subaru BRZ 2.0 retains its 2-liter Boxer engine with 197 hp and 205 Nm of torque as peak performance. What Subaru boasts about this sleek coupe is the sports car drivetrain, which aligns the crankshaft with the driveshaft, while the engine sits further back. This layout gives the car more stability and agility.
The Subaru BRZ 2.0 is offered in the market with a retail price of P2,058,000 for both manual and automatic variants.
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