2012 Subaru BRZ


At the Tokyo Motor Show, the Japanese automaker Subaru finally lifted the veil from the production version of the Subaru GT. The jointly developed with Toyota sports car series in 2012.
With the Subaru GT the car returns after a long abstinence Bauer back into the sports car segment. The type code derived from "boxer engine", "Rear-wheel drive" and "Zenith", starting as a turning point in sports car and brand image. After numerous studies and art exhibits can be envisaged for the 2012 2 +2- seater present at the Tokyo Motor Show for the first time in standard trim - in parallel with the development of nearly identical brother Toyota GT 86th

The 4.24 meters long, 1.775 meters wide and only 1.30 meters high in the bow sports car carries a 200-hp two-liter four-cylinder boxer. The maximum torque of 205 Nm with gasoline direct injection is given. This is the well-Subaru GT 220 km / h to be fast. The wheelbase is 2.57 meters with Subaru. It is shifted via a manual six-speed transmission, optional six-speed automatic is also one with paddles on the steering wheel to have. With pure rear-wheel drive Subaru GT turns from the usual corporate philosophy. With a curb weight of just 1220 kg and an ultra low center of gravity is to offer the GT still enough fun to drive.

From his twin brother Toyota GT 86 , the Subaru GT differs visually only by a newly designed front apron and the brand logo. The standard features include 17 inch alloy wheels with 215/45 tires and ESP.


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