The Subaru WRX pre-order campaign has failed to reach the frenzied heights of that of the BRZ, with just seven customers submitting a deposit in the first 24 hours. Subaru Australia made the surprise announcement yesterday morning that the first … Continue reading ? The post Subaru WRX pre-order campaign fails to reach BRZ heights appeared first on CarAdvice.
2014 SUBARU WRX AUSTRALIA Subaru Australia has expanded its successful online ordering system to include its new 2014 WRX performance sedan. The system first launched in 2012 to help Subaru deal with its small supply of BRZ coupes, with 50 of the first 201 available cars flying out the (virtual) doors in the first 1.5 hours. Show More Summary
Posted on 11.21.2013 14:00 by Kirby Garlitos If you’re wondering why the Subaru BRZ suddenly morphed into an SUV, don’t worry, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. This is a completely different car from the popular sports coupe; actually,...Show More Summary
Posted on 11.21.2013 13:00 by Mark McNabb The Tokyo Motor Show has been full of excitement and interesting new designs, but one bit of bad news has surfaced: Subaru’s brand chief Yasuyuki Yoshinaga dismissed the idea of a convertible Subaru BRZ. Show More Summary
Change! Unlike last year, in which Car and Driver's 10Best list was populated with almost exactly the same vehicles as the year before - the only change between 2012 and 2013 was that the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ twins took the position previously occupied by the Cadillac CTS-V. Show More Summary
Posted on 11.21.2013 07:00 by Kirby Garlitos Knowing full well what Toyota and Subaru have in the GT 86 and the BRZ, respectively, Nissan is determined to show the world that it can also produce a modern-day sports car based on one of its own iconic models. Show More Summary
Subaru does wagons. Well. Really well. So well in fact that they've taken the awesome, rear-wheel-drive BRZ and fitted it with a hatchback. We want it. Like, tomorrow.
After scoring solid hits with the BRZ, Impreza, and XV Crosstrek, helping to bank some of its best sales ever over the past year, Subaru is moving to update some of its other sedans at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. We already saw the 2015 WRX live in the metal; now we get a preview of the 2015 Subaru Legacy through this new concept. The concept...
Subaru is calling this the next trend in urban SUVs. That’s fine by us. Little is known about the technical specs of the Subaru Cross Sport, but it’s apparent that if the BRZ and the BMW M Coupe had a baby, this would be the offspri...
The Cross Sport Design Concept is essentially a BRZ shooting brake with off-road prowess.
We're not sure what got in the water supply of Subaru's Tokyo Motor Show team, but we like the results. After checking out the Cross Sport Design Concept, which we would love to see as a BRZ shooting brake, Subaru took the wraps off its Levorg Concept. Show More Summary
Sports cars are a notoriously tough sell over the long-term. Like convertibles, sales of even the best sports cars tend to be front-loaded in the first couple of years, at which point they drop off like a stone. That may serve to explain...Show More Summary
I now have additional proof that Subaru executives are sneaking into my house at night and reading my dream journal: They debuted what is essentially a BRZ shooting brake at the Tokyo Motor Show. Let me say that again just to be clear: BRZ. Shooting. Brake. Read more...
Subaru used this week’s 2013 Tokyo Motor Show to introduce a sporty crossover concept that the automaker says previews the next trend in urban SUVs. In essence, it sees SUVs and crossovers taking a more performance-oriented role in the market place rather than strictly being practical vehicles. Porsche has long known this and has enjoyed...
Not many details have been released so far about the Subaru Cross Sport Design concept, which the company says is a combination of “sport” and “utility” and features “easy seat access, a comfortable interior, and abundant luggage space” and it’s supposed to show the direction forward for urban SUVs. They also could have said that […]
The Subaru Cross Sport Design concept has been unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo motor show, and company insiders say it hints at a potential Shooting Brake version of the BRZ sports car. There’s a clear relation between the front end … Continue reading ? The post Subaru Cross Sport shows potential BRZ Shooting Brake appeared first on CarAdvice.
Subaru has revealed a second new concept at this week's Tokyo Motor Show, unveiling the mysterious Cross Sport Design Concept. Looking like a jacked-up BRZ coupe transformed into a 'Shooting Brake' wagon, the Cross Sport is said to be just one preview of what Subaru expects from the next wave of styling trends. Show More Summary
After scoring solid hits with the BRZ, Impreza, and XV Crosstrek, helping to bank some of its best sales ever over the past year, Subaru is moving to update some of its other sedans at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. We already know the 2015 WRX is coming; now we get a preview of the 2015 Subaru Legacy through this new concept. The concept hints...
Is this Nissan's answer to the 86 and BRZ coupes offered by Toyota and Subaru? If recent comments from Nissan VP Andy Palmer are any clue, it just might be. Speaking with website Motor Trend in October, Palmer declared the Toyota and...Show More Summary
It’s been a year-and-a-half, and the Toyobaru twins have not lost their luster. Proximity has not made the heart grow less fond. American sports car consumers still want to buy the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ. In the case of the lower-volume Subaru, the desire is growing at an especially fast rate. Shortly after […]