Subaru has confirmed 2024 prices for the entire BRZ lineup with the launch of the tS while offering upgraded safety for manual variants
Subaru Australia has announced pricing details for the new tS performance variant of its sports coupe, as well as the addition of bolstered safety credentials for manual BRZ variants, bringing price increases across the range.
The brand has confirmed that order books are open for the entire 2024 lineup including the anticipated tS which is confirmed to top the range at $48,690 for the manual and $49,690 for the automatic, all prices before on-road costs.
The tS was confirmed for Australia earlier this year, however pricing and a full list of specifications had not yet been revealed until now.
Other important news is that all manual variants across the entire BRZ lineup will now receive Subaru’s Eyesight safety technology.
The addition of the safety tech – which has only been available on automatic versions since the new BRZ launched at the start of 2022 – means that both entry-level and S-variant manuals will creep up in price by $3500.
Manuals are now closer in price to corresponding automatic versions, which have risen in price by a more modest $700. Automatics now command a $1000 premium over their manual counterparts.
The Eyesight safety technology brings with it a suite of features including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, lane sway warning, lead vehicle start alert, a pre-collision braking system (autonomous emergency braking), pre-collision brake assist and brake light recognition.
With order books open, Subaru says first deliveries are expected to take place in January next year when we can expect to see the first of the tS variants on the road.
The new range-topping model brings with it a host of performance and styling upgrades including STI-tuned front and rear suspension dampers, Brembo brakes including gold painted four-piston front callipers and two-piston rear callipers, as well as larger pads and rotors.
The tS also includes 18-inch dark grey metallic alloy wheels with 215/40 R18 Michelin Pilot 4 tyres along with exterior styling tweaks including tS badging on the front and a rear, a red BRZ logo integrated into the front headlights, crystal black silica door mirrors and a shark fin antenna.
Inside, the BRZ tS sports an ultrasuede and leather-accented interior, STI embossed front seats, an STI red push button start and a unique tS-only instrument cluster that features an STI logo and Bordeaux highlights.
Subaru BRZ 2024: prices in Australia
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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