Subaru BRZ 10th Anniversary Edition discovered in July comes to Australia with 150 examples up for grabs.
The company said deliveries will begin in February 2023, and all examples are likely to sell out quickly if the previous BRZ sales figures are any guidance.
Tweaks are by no means massive. The BRZ 10th Anniversary Edition comes exclusively in Subaru’s signature WR Blue color and features distinct exterior and interior styling.
No powertrain or chassis upgrades.
Based on the BRZ S variant, extras:
- 18-inch alloy wheels in black
- Crystal black door mirror caps
- Black badge on the back
- Numbered inner plate
- Embossed 10th anniversary logo on door trim
- Blue stitching on door armrest, steering wheel, gear knob, parking brake knob and seat trim
- Blue perforations in the seat covers
- Black interior highlights on air conditioner dials and center console buttons
Prices excluding on-road costs will be $43,090 for the manual and $46,890 for the auto – which is the same in both cases $1,500 more than the BRZ S equivalent.
“We are delighted to open the order book for this very special model, which marks a decade since the debut of the first Subaru BRZ,” said managing director Blair Reid.
“… This is sure to attract the attention of BRZ enthusiasts and car collectors.
“We’re also very excited to continue to cater to all sports car buyers by offering this special edition BRZ with both manual and automatic transmissions.”
The Subaru BRZ 10th Anniversary model looks like a version of the Toyota GR86 twin, which is named predictably enough. Toyota GR86 10th Anniversary Edition.
The Toyota version arrives later this year and will reportedly be limited to just 86 units, making it even rarer than the Subaru.