The 2017 Subaru BRZ STI receives the most significant update. Highlights include a slight increase in power, revised manual transmission gearing and suspension tuning. In case you have the memory of a goldfish and forget the acronym for Subaru’s tuning division. Additional STI logos are found in the headrests, steering wheel, gear knob, speedometer, and red push-button ignition. Individually, the changes are small, but together they should further increase the BRZ’s attractiveness.
2017 Subaru BRZ STI Engine
The 2017 BRZ has rear-wheel drive and features a 2.0-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine. Power output depends on which transmission you choose. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, and a six-speed automatic with shift paddles and rev-matched downshifts is optional for the BRZ Limited. Combining balance with power and efficiency. Direct- and port-injection technology provides more than 100 hp per liter without the need for turbocharging. Dual Active Valve Control System optimizes valve timing for maximum response all the way to the 7,400 RPM redline. Instead of tinkering with the output, STI instead opted to delve back into the suspension and chassis tuning. The goal was to offer a car that had the lively handling performance of a race car. While still maintaining a high-quality ride. Using its extensive motorsports experience, STI says the result is a car that offers.
2017 Subaru BRZ STI Design
The interior is awash with logos and material enhancements, enriching the driving experience with performance-inspired details that complement the already driver-focused layout. A redesigned small-diameter, leather-wrapped steering wheel helps connect the driver to the road. While integrated audio and Bluetooth controls mean you can take command of the vehicle’s technology without your hands ever leaving the wheel.
Premium-quality materials throughout the interior create an environment that’s as soft to the touch as it is easy on the eyes. Incorporating driver information like a digital G-force meter and lap time display. They’re firm, well shaped and supportive enough for enthusiastic driving yet still comfortable enough for long road trips. People of just about any size should find the driving position quite agreeable, and thanks to the low-profile hood, there’s an expansive view of the road ahead.
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