Subaru BRZ Spare Parts

Released in 2103 as a joint collaboration between Subaru and Toyota, the BRZ is a front engine, rear wheel drive 2+2 sports coupe. The BRZ's name comes from three elements: Boxer engine, Rear-wheel drive, and Z standing for Zenith.

The FA20 power plant is a naturally aspirated engine that uses Subaru's flat-four engine design, with the addition of Toyota's GDI D-4S injection system. With its front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout, its engine features a compression ratio of 12.5:1 with a bore and stroke of 86 mm for a total displacement of 2.0 L (1,998 cc) that results in 197 bhp at 7,000 rpm and 205 Nm of torque at 6,400 rpm coupled to a 6 speed gearbox.


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The STI model soon followed which included improved suspension setup, 18 inch silver BBS wheels, STI bodykit and front spoiler,Brembo brakes, along with interior changes to steering wheel, front seat, gauges, and Alcantara accents. A further tS GT Package includes Recaro seats, black BBS wheels, and an adjustable carbon fibre rear wing.

In July of 2020, Subaru ended production of the first-generation BRZ, to make way for the second-generation which debuted in November 2020

Lightweight body panels were introduced to lower the vehicle's centre of gravity and reduce the weight gain from the engine change and safety features. The second-generation BRZ claiming 50 percent more torsional rigidity than its predecessor.

Subaru used the FA24D designation for the new engine. It has a displacement of 2,387 cc using a 94 mm × 86 mm bore and stroke, with a power output of 228–232 hp at 7,000 RPM and a torque output of 250 Nm at 3,700 RPM. A naturally aspirated engine was chosen to meet the goal of developing "the ultimate pure sports car". Compared to the previous gen FA20 it retains a free-revving character, with a larger bore increasing peak torque at a lower rpm.

Vehicle Dimensions:

Wheelbase: 2570mm

Length: 4260mm



Curb Weight: 1270Kgs