Subaru BRZ Final Edition
The Subaru BRZ sports car has been around in the U.S. since 2012. So too have its Scion FR-S/Toyota 86 siblings. But with rumors of its replacement circling, and recent spy photos showing an updated version of the vehicle on the Nurburgring, it looks like the eight-year-old coupe is finally heading to the retirement home – at least, in Germany.
The Subaru BRZ Final Edition debuted this week, marking the end of an era for the beloved 2+2 in the region. Limited to just 100 units, the special edition boasts exterior upgrades like new 17-inch wheels, red brake calipers, stiffer Sachs dampers, and the choice of two paint colors: a standard Crystal Black Silica or an optional Blue Pearl (an extra €100/$111).
This Subaru BRZ is Limited to just 100 Units
Inside, the front two seats wear a blue-and-black leather-and-Alcantara mix, while blue stitching coats the instrument panel, door panels, gear shift lever, and steering wheel. There are new special edition badges throughout, noting the rare BRZ’s limited spec, as well as appropriate “BRZ” badging in the floor mats. The one thing that doesn’t change inside is the center screen; the same 7.0-inch infotainment setup from the base BRZ carries over.