The 2014 Subaru BRZ is one of the few pure sports cars are still around and its DEBUT last year was to chase lovers everywhere. The BRZ is a sports Coupe, jointly developed by Subaru and Toyota. Subaru is known for all-wheel drive its vehicles, and the BRZ is the only rear-wheel drive. There are many similar mechanical between the BRZ and FR-S, but also enough differences to allow each to its merits, especially when it comes to styling.
2014 Subaru BRZ Exiterior
From the outside, the BRZ is good looking, if a bit understated our choice. It does not have the same drama you get front and center on the FR-S, but handsome car from the front and side. Behind the two integrated tiresome to be a subtle diffuser built the rear brake light is a triangle that sits between the exhaust pipes. High-power lights come standard, and the spoilers and body-color lights, fog and consistent Limited.
2014 Subaru BRZ Interior
The 2014 Subaru BRZ does sport a higher cost base than the FR-S, but gives up when it comes to standard equipment, including voice activated navigation system with a screen 6.1-inch and above-mentioned HIDs. Also standard is Bluetooth ® Connectivity, entry keyless, HD radio, USB and uxiliary audio ports, power windows and lock, and the leather wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob. Improvements to the Limited trim adds automatic climate control, heated front seats, Alcantara leather Upholstery, push the start button, the 2014 Subaru BRZ navigation system adds Aha smart phone integration.
2014 Subaru BRZ Engine
Under the hood lies the engine display technology from both Subaru (the cylinders and the-counter) and Toyota (direct-injection fuel system). The Subaru BRZ 2.0-liter flat four produces 200 horsepower and 151 pounds-feet of torque, and is mated to a manual six-speed or six-speed motion automatic with paddle shifters. Fuel economy estimates, check in at 22/30 MPG city / highway for the manual, while the automatic echo those zinombolo 25/34 MPG city / highway.
At first glance, the numbers look a little low for a vehicle rear-wheel drive sports. But the 2013 BRZ built for the street with a weight of just over 2700 pounds, 53/47 front / rear weight distribution, and an absurdly low gravity. All of this adds up to a car has to be balanced, secure replication, and is one of the best handling road vehicles on the road today this side of a Porsche Boxster.