Dive Inside The 2022 Subaru BRZ Release: Price, Specs, & Interior



Sports car purity, Subaru DNA.

If you don't have the speed to keep up, please get out of the way. Once you're safe and secure in the cockpit of the all-new 2022 Subaru BRZ — overhauled inside and out for increased new BRZ horsepower — you'll have quick acceleration and terrific torque when you need it most. Are those racing tires? Yessir. This Subaru sports car is coming to your driveway straight from the track and promises to deliver all of the fast fun you can fathom.

The Subaru Coupe With Speed To Boost

The 2022 Subaru BRZ debuts a bigger, more powerful 2.4-liter direct-injection SUBARU BOXER engine that growls with 228 horsepower and more torque than the previous year's model. Get where you need to be as soon as you can in an engine built by testing at Fuji Speedway, the birthplace of Japanese motorsports racing. This legendary 2.8-mile stretch has tested world-class racing giants for over 40 years. It's the perfect place to create an engine built to take you anywhere with precise, controllable speed and efficiency.

Looks Like a Sports Car. Feels Like a Sports Car.

There's top speed, and then there's BRZ top speed. Not only does the Subaru BRZ deliver under the hood, but its front-engine, rear-wheel-drive setup, lightweight frame, and even weight distribution between front and back come together to make one magnificent sports car. Between the materials and the design, Subaru built the BRZ to unleash your inner speed demon and keep you stable while doing it.

Suspension Tested on the Track

Subaru engineers took to the most famous race track in Japan to try and improve the 2022 Subaru BRZ's already tight cornering and came away with some replacements and crucial returning elements of the previous model. MacPherson struts return up front, and the multi-link rear suspension is like having another steady hand. The rear track is now wider for increased stability, and the suspension mounting points are stronger as well. It's pretty much ready for the tight turns of the Japanese Grand Prix, but are you ready?

Lock Into a Lighter, Lower Next Gen BRZ

The body and chassis of the BRZ underwent an overhaul to make the car quicker and give the driver more control behind the wheel. Subaru dropped the center of gravity lower than previous iterations, giving the car more grab. The 2022 Subaru BRZ boasts a 50% increase in torsional rigidity and a 60% increase in front lateral rigidity. Drivers find themselves immersed in a driving experience that delivers a responsive glide on the road and a near-instantaneous response to any changes on it. With great power comes great responsibility. Subaru makes sure you're ready to get rev'd up.

An Extra Eye

The 2022 BRZ is loaded with driver-assistance features that help the driver manage changes to traffic and the environment while never taking their focus off the road. EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology keeps an extra eye out for any fellow travelers with a wild side, and automatic Pre-Collision Braking1 and Adaptive Cruise Control give you an extra hand. Even if your fellow highway haulers are darting in and out dangerously, you'll rely on these standard features for a little less hassle on your next road trip. SUBARU STARLINK® Safety and Security ensures that help will be on the way as soon as possible in the case that you need it.

Wheels, Tires, and Brakes, Oh My!

It'd be a shame if the eye-popping Subaru BRZ specs were delivered on a subpar platter. Look at how sharp the 18-inch alloy wheels are with their matte gray finish inside Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires, and you'll know the quality remains high on those crucial car parts low to the ground. Upgraded brakes on the BRZ give you great grip, no matter how grueling the race is this time around.

A close up of the SUBARU STARLINK® multimedia screen.

Comfort & Connection Inside the Cabin

STARLINK Multimedia inside the 2022 BRZ comes standard with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration that links you quickly to your favorite music, news, and podcasts. Pull your directions up on the eight-inch touchscreen and enjoy the legroom and headroom in the roomy Subaru BRZ interior.

A close up of the front dash gauges on the 2022 BRZ Limited.

Digital Instrument Cluster

One of our newest features in the 2022 Subaru BRZ lies just behind the steering wheel. The BRZ now features a fully digital instrument cluster that delivers all of your important vehicle performance information at a momentary glance. Range, fuel level, driving modes, climate, and more can be added or removed from your dashboard so you can get the measurements you want while driving.

A close up of the 6-speed manual shifter in the 2022 BRZ Limited.

Two Transmission Choices

There are both manual and automatic transmissions available on the 2022 Subaru BRZ.

The standard close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission with a short-throw shifter has been upgraded for 2022. The available re-engineered 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and downshift rev-matching is another terrific option within your next BRZ.

Make Your Play at Patriot Subaru

Our vehicle experts know each and every detail about all of the amazing new Subaru models that line our lot. We're proud to serve our neighbors in Saco, ME, and deliver a quality Subaru BRZ price for our community. For us, it's about much more than selling Subaru models. Each vehicle we send home represents a step forward for the person driving it. We truly enjoy helping our customers find the car that takes them to the next level. Come visit us today and see how it feels grabbing hold of the "get up and go," which is brewing within the 2022 Subaru BRZ.

Disclosure:1 EyeSight is a driver assist technology which may not operate optimally under all driving conditions. Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control and Brake Light Recognition are designed to assist the driver and are not substitutes for safe and attentive driving. Lane Keep Assist operates only when the lane markings are visible. The driver is always responsible for safe and attentive driving. System effectiveness depends on many factors, such as vehicle maintenance, weather, and road conditions. Lane centering function operates only when used in conjunction with Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control. See your owner's manual for complete details on system operations and limitations.