Subaru has recently announced its plans to introduce the BRZ sports car to China too, where the model is expected to arrive over the following months.
After Toyota has announced that the GT 86 will be launched in China, Subaru couldn’t stay aside from this deal and the carmaker is now getting ready to bring its rear-wheel drive sports car to the Asian country. The Japanese based automaker Subaru didn’t announce any details on the Chinese version of the BRZ but the sports car will probably hit its new market without any changes to its engine or design.
As a quick reminder, in other markets, the Subaru BRZ is coming in two trim levels, the SE and the SE Lux, and the cheapest version is getting standard features like the keyless entry, cruise control, dual-zone AC, leather gearlever, leather handbrake, electrically folding mirrors, ESP, AUX, torque sensing limited slip-dif, 17-inch alloy wheels and more. The Subaru BRZ is powered by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine, the same one from the Toyota GT 86, in the same configuration, with 200 HP, sent to the RWD through a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission.