Subaru Australia have confirmed the reopening of order books for the second generation BRZ coupe, after selling out the first 500 cars at a rapid pace. With no more 2022 cars available, the 2023 vehicle is now on offer.
While there are no changes to the specifications of the new model, the price has gone up (more on that shortly). That aside, the affordable sports car, which we recently tested the range topping Coupe S version of, in automatic and manual, has been a huge success.
Powered by Subaru’s new 2.4-litre direct and port injected four cylinder naturally aspirated Boxer engine, the BRZ now makes significantly more power and torque, offering improved acceleration and handling over its predecessor.
There’s an array of bodywork redesigns to boot, along with improved safety and technology. Now to those prices. The 2023 Subaru BRZ Coupe in the manual transmission starts at $40,290 (previously $38,990), with the auto at $44,090 (previously $42,790).
The higher spec S version, which adds Alcantara accented seats and in-built seat heating is $41,590 in manual, and $45,390 in auto (previously $40,190 and $43,990 respectively). All prices are plus on-roads.