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More power, greater handling precision, a stand-out design: those are the hallmarks of Subaru's highly anticipated new BRZ, the latest generation of the rear-wheel drive sports coupe. The car that inspired a generation of loyal followers has been reimagined, re- engineered and redesigned inside and out to be faster, sexier and more fun than ever. Laden with Subaru's motorsport DNA, all-new MY22 BRZ displays powerful new tech that combines with its classic rear-wheel-drive sports car layout to deliver true sports car values.
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Date Published: 21 January 2022
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More power, greater handling precision, a stand-out design: those are the hallmarks of Subaru's highly anticipated new BRZ, the latest generation of the rear-wheel drive sports coupe. The car that inspired a generation of loyal followers has been reimagined, re- engineered and redesigned inside and out to be faster, sexier and more fun than ever. Laden with Subaru's motorsport DNA, all-new MY22 BRZ displays powerful new tech that combines with its classic rear-wheel-drive sports car layout to deliver true sports car values.

More power, greater handling precision, a stand-out design: those are the hallmarks of Subaru's highly anticipated new BRZ, the latest generation of the rear-wheel drive sports coupe. The car that inspired a generation of loyal followers has been reimagined, re- engineered and redesigned inside and out to be faster, sexier and more fun than ever. Laden with Subaru's motorsport DNA, all-new MY22 BRZ displays powerful new tech that combines with its classic rear-wheel-drive sports car layout to deliver true sports car values.

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The first fully electric vehicle from the Barcelona-based performance and lifestyle auto brand CUPRA will soon be seen on Australian roads.
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21MY Isuzu D-MAX B-Roll 1

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