2013 Subaru BRZ Sports Coupe

Subaru has recently unveiled its newest vehicle that will be sold in the US automobile market this year and this is the 2013 Subaru BRZ Sports coupe. The BRZ made its first appearance in the USA at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. Upon seeing the 2013 Subaru BRZ, a lot of car buyers, vehicle experts, and car enthusiasts were impressed with the sports coupe’s appearance. In addition to this, they were also amazed by some of the vehicle’s significant features.

The 2013 Subaru BRZ sports coupe has lower vehicle weight, very precise steering, and low center of gravity just like most sports car models in the market. This is powered by an FA-series 2.0-liter Boxer engine mated to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. The Boxer engine is capable of producing up to 200 horsepower and the power produced by the engine is passed into the vehicle’s rear wheels.

The FA-series Boxer engine used in the BRZ is exclusively used by the model alone and this is not shared with any other Subaru vehicle. In addition to this, the materials used in the producing the engine is lightweight and capable of reducing the amount of friction produced when it is running. Due to this the BRZ is expected to offer an impressive running performance.

Aside from the characteristics enumerated earlier, a lot of car experts have noted that the 2013 Subaru BRZ sports coupe has frameless doors. But despite the absence of the frames, the vehicle’s doors are obviously strong. Thanks to the company’s use of the so-called “ring structure.” In addition to this, the doors are made of high-tensile-strength steel that further improve the doors’ sturdiness.

Given all of these features, it is very much possible for the 2013 Subaru BRZ sports coupe to emerge as one of the most sought-about sports car models for this year.

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