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Subaru Australia Confirms that BRZ is coming Down Under

Yes the news is true and it is great news.

Subaru has confirmed it will add the exciting BRZ rear-wheel drive sports car to its line-up in 2012.

Nick Senior, Managing Director, Subaru Australia, said: We have been an exclusively All-Wheel Drive car company since 1997, so the decision to import the Subaru BRZ was not taken lightly.

“However, several factors swayed our decision – the passion and persuasion of the FHI engineers involved in the project was telling.

“They have poured their DNA into this car, so it drives like a Subaru. And because it is built in our spiritual home in Gunma prefecture, it has to be a Subaru.

“It’s a driver’s car, so is in keeping with our fun to drive philosophy.

“Secondly, the testing and development we have undertaken for the Australian market has left me in no doubt that this is a Subaru specifically for our unique Australian conditions.

“Thirdly, we have been overwhelmed by the response to the BRZ since its unveiling in Tokyo. People have been pleading for us to bring the BRZ into the country.

“Dealers have been astonished at the level of interest. Indeed the first BRZ has already been sold in Adelaide, despite no pricing or specification being released.”

Australian pricing and specification are yet to be confirmed.


One response

  1. Very exciting that the BRZ is coming to AUS. I think it’s been receiving a lot of attention because it’s so sporty and edgy; an antithesis to all the hybrids running around these days.

    December 28, 2011 at 9:19 pm

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