Subaru announced that the BRZ sports car will be getting itself a turbocharged version eventually but for now it seems that it’s not ready for the market.
Just to keep us distracted in the meantime, the Constellation brand is offering an STI package. This was just introduced at the Australian Motor Show in Sydney.
We’re yet to decide on what’s the true purpose of this car with the choices currently being that there’s a treat for the Aussies or a mid-range product.
The Australian aftermarket… market is quite the considerable and for now it’s going to be only one with access to this package.
They are the only ones who can get the 17 inch STI wheels, the new aerodynamic accessories and the general injection of extra speedy appearance.
According to Subaru, the list includes some more serious stuff like a quick shifter kit, a new coil spring set.
Techno geeks might also find the new start button a little more interesting than the typical turn key experience.
Some special instrument panel trim is also used for the driver’s pleasure and he might as well find some new joy in how the new difusser’s effects are kicking in.
Pricing and availability on the Subaru BRZ STI hasn’t been announced yet and all we’re stuck with is “soon”.
Nick Senior, Managing Director over at Subaru’s Australian operations wasn’t ready to spill all of the beans on the Subaru BRZ STI.
His best efforts were to try and associate this car with the racing version of the BRZ but we’re yet to fall for that trick.