The Japanese based automaker Subaru has recently released a video with the exhaust sound made by the newest model in its lineup, the BRZ.
Even if the new Subaru BRZ is equipped with a four-cylinder engine, the engine made by its exhaust system is pretty impressive. We will try and look away from the fact that the engine sound in the video below is obtained probably close to the red zone at high rpms and focus on what is mostly important in this latest footage: the actual noise, which, frankly, we quite like, and if you disagree, click the repeat button until you change your mind.
As a reminder, the 2012 Subaru BRZ is powered by a 2.0 liter engine, identically tuned as the one found on the Toyota GT 86, which is developing a total output of 197 horsepower at 7.000 rpm and it has a peak torque of 151 lb-ft available at 6.600 rpm. Power is being sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission with a short shift level, but an optional six-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifts is also available. The Subaru BRZ has been officially presented to the public at the 42nd edition of the Tokyo Motor Show, earlier this month, and it has been designed as a joint project between Subaru and Toyota Motor Corporation, just like the Toyota GT 86.