Posted Friday, November 20, 2020 at 9:56pm
No turbo on board, but improvements all around might change your mind about the next gen. Subie offering.
Rodrez of Super Street: If the “swoosh” of the front fenders and pontoon-like sideskirts bolted to a FR platform that promises a sporty experience from behind the wheel doesn’t scream “turbo” then we don’t know what does. No matter what we think, Subaru’s 2022 BRZ, unveiled this week in its final form, isn’t packing the huff and puff of forced induction, unfortunately. We know, we know, it’s a driver’s car and all about balance and outstanding handling characteristics and all of that sounds good but after quite a long run of basically the same design and very little changes, the enthusiast circle was begging for boost and they certainly made their opinion known.