A hastily scanned dealer brochure gives Australian readers their first look at the local specification for the new Subaru BRZ. As we revealed last night you can expect driveaway pricing for a manual BRZ with no options to be a touch over $37,000, depending on your state.
Thanks to the brochure posted to gt86.com.au we can see some of the standard equipment for the BRZ includes:
- xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights
- TCS limited slip device (mechanical or electronic?)
- 17″ alloys
- dual zone climate control
- cruise control
The short list of items available as factory-fitted options are:
- automatic transmission (with steering wheel mounted shift paddles)
- leather/alcantara seats
- heated seats
Oddly, we think, satellite navigation and rear parking sensors are listed as accessories. In the Australian prepared brochure they’re placed alongside cosmetic items such as a rear spoiler, an alternate rear diffuser and the like.
The BRZ will be available in seven exterior colours (shown below), including the WR Blue Mica you see above, which is labelled as “Subaru exclusive”.
Some reports also suggest the BRZ is available to order by the internet only. We can’t confirm if that is correct, and it would seem a unique way of selling what a product sure to have high demand.
We also hear the BRZ may come with three years free servicing (to be confirmed).