Subaru took a familiar design with the BRZ and boiled it down to a compact size. It has the look of a sports car, but not the power. Its proportionately long hood and small cockpit combined with its sporty stance make this model a looker.
Here, you’ll find a sharp profile, steep nose, sculpted flanks, and a falling roofline. A gaping grille, wraparound LED taillights, an available spoiler, and a diffuser are additional highlights. Even the wheel selection brings its own drama. Not a square inch of sheet-metal is wasted with this small coupe.
Inside, the BRZ offers room for four on paper. The front seats are snug, yet supportive, while the rear seats are ideal for cargo, not humans. The driver-oriented cockpit makes room for tall drivers and holds a passenger comfortably as well. We think people with track-designed driving on their minds will simply fold down the rear seat to accommodate a full set of track wheels and tires. For everyone else, the expanded storage space is welcome for week-long trips away from home.