For 2018, Subaru has improved the BRZ’s infotainment and navigation system, and it has created the high-performance BRZ tS model with chassis tuning by STI, which is Subaru’s legendary in-house hot-rod shop. The special model features 18-inch wheels and improved handling over the standard BRZ. Only 500 will be built.
The 2017 Subaru BRZ has been updated with front and rear styling tweaks, a new steering wheel with built-in audio/phone/cruise-control buttons, chassis reinforcements and revised springs and dampers. Manual-transmission models get a slight bump in power. A limited-edition Series.Yellow model is also available for 500 buyers.
Changes for the 2016 Subaru BRZ are few and all inside, with a new Starlink Multimedia System with a 6.2-inch touch display that includes a vast host of informational, entertainment and cyber-connection functions. There is also Series.HyperBlue, basically a snazzy trim package, of which Subaru will build just 500.