Subaru launches Sports Pack for BRZ

Subaru has launched a distinctive sports pack for the hugely popular BRZ sports coupe. The pack is available for purchase online by new buyers and via the authorized dealer network for existing owners.

Made by Subaru Tecnica International (STI), Subaru’s performance arm, the package is valued at $7195 including fitment for the automatic transmission BRZ and $7995 including fitment for the manual BRZ. The factory-backed pack changes the car’s name to BRZ S.

The pack comprises:

  • Front under spoiler
  • Side under spoiler
  • Rear side under spoiler
  • Boot lip spoiler (crystal black mica)
  • Flexible tower bar
  • Lowered coil spring set
  • 17-inch black STI alloy wheel
  • Gear shift lever assembly (manual-only)
  • Duracon shift knob (manual-only)
  • Engine push-button start switch
  • Rear under diffuser

The pack can be viewed here.

It is available to existing BRZ customers for retrofit by authorized Subaru technicians via the dealer network. The pack can also be ordered by customers buying new BRZs online, with the components fitted before vehicle delivery.

“All indications are that many BRZ buyers want to add some performance touches to their cars and choosing Subaru-backed equipment offers great design, quality and peace-of-mind that isn’t necessarily guaranteed by after-market suppliers,” said Nick Senior, Managing Director, Subaru Australia.

In addition to the sports pack, Subaru offers a wide range of other BRZ parts and accessories including:

  • Distinctive GT sports stripes – run from boot to bonnet
  • Fuel filler cap garnish
  • Carbonfibre-type instrument panel insert
  • Carpet mats
  • Spare wheel carpet mat
  • Rear step panel
  • AVN satellite navigation system
  • Reverse camera
  • Front parking assistance
  • Rear parking assistance
  • STI Battery clamp/holder
  • STI oil cap
  • STI valve cap set

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