Just over a week after it was put on sale, the Subaru BRZ 10th Anniversary Edition has been snapped up.
All 150 examples are sold, the company has confirmed, although the regular BRZ and BRZ S remain on sale. Deliveries of the special edition will kick off in February 2023.
The BRZ 10th Anniversary Edition is finished exclusively in Subaru’s signature WR Blue and gets distinct exterior and interior styling.
Based on the BRZ S variant, additions to the BRZ 10th Anniversary Edition include:
- Black finish 18-inch alloy wheels
- Crystal Black door mirror caps
- A black rear badge
- Numbered internal plate
- Embossed 10th Anniversary logo on the door trim
- Blue stitching on the door armrest, steering wheel, gear shifter boot, parking brake boot, and seat trim
- Blue perforations in the seat trim
- Black interior highlights on the AC dials and centre console buttons
There are no powertrain or chassis updates.
The special was priced at $43,090 before on-roads for the manual and $46,890 before on-roads for the auto – up $1500 on the BRZ S on which it’s based.
The Subaru BRZ 10th Anniversary model is similar to a version of the Toyota GR86 twin, which is called predictably enough the Toyota GR86 10th Anniversary Edition.
The Toyota version arrives late this year and will reportedly be limited to just 86 units, making it even rarer than the Subaru.
Power in the Subaru BRZ comes from a 2.4-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder boxer engine.
Peak power is 174kW and peak torque is 249Nm, up 22kW and 37Nm on the old car.
Buyers are able to choose between a six-speed manual or six-speed torque converter automatic.
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