Subaru unveils sportier BRZ tS

The Subaru BRZ family is set to grow, with the hotly anticipated tS variant joining the model line-up in 2024. Revealed over the weekend at the annual SubiNats owners’ festival, attendees got a sneak peek of a prototype.

Short for ‘tuned by STI’, the 2024 Subaru BRZ tS is a performance-focused variant is distinguished by a host of exclusive features, including STI tuned suspension, front and rear Brembo brakes, and bespoke 18-inch Dark Grey Metallic alloy wheels.

Front and rear tS badging, a red BRZ logo integrated into the front headlights, Crystal Black door mirrors and a shark fin antenna are also included. Inside, Bordeaux and Black Ultrasuede and leather accents feature, with STI embossed front seats.

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An STI Red push buttton start adds a sporty touch, as does an exclusive instrument cluster with badging and Bordeaux highlights. As with every BRZ, the tS variant will maintain the lightweight, rear-wheel drive platform that makes the model iconic.

Subaru’s cutting-edge EyeSight safety technology will also be introduced to manual transmission variants for the first time in 2024. More information on the availability and pricing for next year’s BRZ tS will be confirmed soon.

Customers can register their interest online. For more information, contact your local Subaru dealer.

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