Maybe you've felt it before. You've definitely dreamed it. A moment where every element of driving comes together to deliver performance that's intimately, joyously connected. Performance that's - above all else - fun. With the BRZ, we at Subaru took all our engineering know-how and let it loose to create that kind of performance every day.

The vision of Subaru engineers was as simple as it was precise - create a purpose-built sports car that embodies our love of impeccable engineering and our passion for fun behind the wheel. With the BRZ, every element works in synch to deliver an exhilarating driving experience.

From the start, the BRZ was engineered to accentuate the inherent lower center of gravity of the SUBARU BOXER engine. The engine itself was redesigned to make it even more compact, allowing it to be mounted lower in the chassis. Then we moved everything around it lower as well - from the roofline to the seating position - planting the BRZ more firmly to the ground for otherworldly response.

A total focus on electrifying handling meant keeping the weight down and moving more of it closer to the center. To make the BRZ not only lighter but stiffer too, Subaru engineers generously used high-tensile steel. To place the engine farther behind the front axle - reducing overhangs and improving front-to-rear balance - the BRZ send its power to the rear.

To a sports car, wind is like weight - the more of it you have to move, the more it takes from your ability to perform. So we designed the BRZ to cut through the air as efficiently as possible. Features like a channeled roof design and rear diffuser help improve airflow and reduce drag, sharpening the performance you'll feel.

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"...the 2013 Subaru BRZ is a welcome return to an era of fun, light, simple sports cars that are affordable, too."
-, October 2012

"This is a genuine sports car, a breed that has nearly gone extinct."
-, December 2012

"Subaru has racked up more endorsements by independent arbiters of automotive quality and safety than just about any other manufacturer."
- FORTUNE Magazine, December 2012

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