The Mazda CX-5 stamped its Kodo design and SkyActiv technology authority all over the Japan Car of the Year awards, taking the top prize ahead of the Subaru BRZ/Toyota GT 86. It is Mazda's second victory in the last ten years, the 2005...Show More Summary
No car in recent history must have been so relentlessly covered at TTAC as the Toyota 86 and its dizzying assemblage of names and numbers. I don’t think there is an editor at TTAC who hasn’t reviewed the car at least three times. All except me. I only reviewed it twice. Something had to be [...]
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For sports cars, there is a traditional launch playbook. Coupe comes first and then a convertible later to boost interest and sales into the car’s model cycle. The Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ are still riding high on a lot of pent up demand, but Autocar is looking ahead to the convertible model. Toyota originally [...] Automoblog.net - A Car Blog for Auto Enthusiasts
The dates are lining up, now we wait to see how the badges align. Just before the Toyota GT 86/Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ line-up was introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show last year, there was a report that Subaru was considering a convertible while Toyota wouldn't even comment on it. Show More Summary
Ask Subaru about the difficult car market and it is likely to ask in response, "What difficult car market?" The little Japanese brand has its XV sitting on top of sales charts in (one small corner of) Europe, the BRZ is still allergic...Show More Summary
Subaru has dropped several hints that a high-performance STI version of its BRZ coupe is in the works, including one very big hint even before the BRZ made its debut. Then, just a few weeks ago, a prototype wearing STI badges was spotted running some laps on Germany’s Nürburgring, confirming the car's existence. The prototype revealed...
More rumors are trickling out about a purported hopped-up STI version of everyone's current favorite rear-wheel-drive Subaru, the BRZ. More »
An extra allocation of 140 Subaru BRZ sports cars are expected to arrive in Australia in early 2013, bumping forward expected delivery dates for eager customers. Subaru’s announcement of the additional vehicles for February and March, will mean anyone with … Continue reading ? The post Subaru BRZ: extra stock headed for local showrooms in 2013 appeared first on CarAdvice.
Subaru Australia has locked in production of an extra 140 BRZ coupes, scheduled to be built in February and March of next year. The news means that while orders were previously backed up to November 2013, customers due to receive cars from May onwards will take delivery sooner than anticipated. Show More Summary
Sports cars are important in creating a bond with buyers. That’s the refrain from a recent interview with Tetsuya Tada, Toyota’s chief engineer for the Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S twins. And, confirming industry speculation, Tada-san told Asiaone Motoring that the iconic fuel-sipper brand is planning to release two more sports cars in the coming years. According [...]
The Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ have been getting a lot of love from pretty much any car fan with a pulse. And it's very deserved. More »
Ford’s redesigned-for-2013 Fusion is again at the top of Cars.com’s most-read reviews list this week. In second place, replacing the sporty Subaru BRZ, is the brand’s new XV Crosstrek crossover. Check out what else was popular this week: 1. 2013...
Turbocharged, supercharged, STI--we've seen and heard it all, and even done some of the speculation ourselves. But the chief engineer of the Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ, and Toyota GT-86, Tetsuya Tada thinks that's the wrong direction. Instead, he's talking about a KERS-type hybrid like that seen on the Toyota TS030 Le Mans Prototype. That's the story...
We happen to like the Toyota GT86 - and, it of course goes without saying that the same applies to the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S, as well - just the way it is. Yes, that includes the standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine andShow More Summary
Posted on 11.6.2012 18:00 by Justin Cupler Filed under: Scion Subaru | coupe | SEMA Auto Show | sports cars | 2012 | Scion FR-S | Subaru BRZ | Cars | Car News Okay, we all pretty much figured that the BRZ and FR-S would likely have a strong presence in SEMA this year, as it was only one of the most talked about cars all year. Show More Summary
The debut of Toyota and Subaru’s 86/BRZ twins has had the rumour mill buzzing with talk of enhanced version, and this recently sighted prototype could offer some insight into the answer. Spied testing at the Nürburgring, this BRZ isShow More Summary
The Scion FR-S its identical cousin the Subaru BRZ had a pretty strong showing at this year’s SEMA show. However, this one may just be the coolest because it’s an honest-to-God race car and not just a street car gussied up with stickers and carbon fiber. Show More Summary
The redesigned-for-2013 Ford Fusion is on a roll; it's once again Cars.com's most-read review this week. Creeping up to second place is Subaru's sporty new coupe, the 2013 BRZ. New to the list this week are two other Subarus: the...