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After its public debut at Subiefest this past weekend, Subaru has divulged more details on the new 2024 BRZ tS. Promising to deliver the "best performance and handling capability in a BRZ ever," the tS features several upgrades over the regular model, though not quite enough to earn the brand's sporty STI badge.


STI did have a hand in this project, though, as the cancellation of a new WRX STI sports sedan leaves the firm with little else to do. The tS has been given an upgraded suspension tuned by STI, equipped with Hitachi dampers, which Subaru says results in "greater flexibility and better control and stability."


The New Subaru BRZ tS Is About As Close As You Can Get To A New STI

The New Subaru BRZ tS Is About As Close As You Can Get To A New STI

On the outside, the BRZ tS discreetly hides its upgrades, as it doesn't depart much from the regular models. The only visible indicators of the minor changes brought by the tS are the exclusive badges, though eagle-eyed Subaru experts will also note the Crystal Black Silica paint on the side mirrors and antenna. The BRZ tS also rides on dark 18-inch wheels, which are guarded by Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires. Underneath the BRZ's wheels, there are larger Brembo brakes with enlarged rotors and pads, along with unique golden calipers.





The cabin is less shy to flaunt its STI-inspired upgrades, with bright blue constrast stitching on the sport seats, steering wheel, and shifter, as well as a unique blue accent on the center of each front seat. There's also an STI-badged start button, along with unique STI graphics on the 7-inch digital instrument cluster. The tS is based on the BRZ Limited trim, which means the rest of the features list is nearly identical to that model.


Under the hood, the BRZ tS sees no changes. That means you'll find a 2.4 liter four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual, which sends a total of 228 horsepower to the rear wheels with a limited-slip differential.


The BRZ tS will make its way to U.S. dealers early next year, with pricing details to be revealed later in 2023. Considering that the tS is technically an upgraded version of the BRZ Limited, which costs $31,095, pricing should lean in the direction of $35,000.


Do you like the BRZ tS, or would you rather see a full-fledged STI model?

Image Credits: Subaru
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Jul 25, 2023
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New Subaru BRZ tS Brings Subtle STI-Inspired Upgrades

It features an STI-tuned suspension, along with other small upgrades.

After its public debut at Subiefest this past weekend, Subaru has divulged more details on the new 2024 BRZ tS. Promising to deliver the "best performance and handling capability in a BRZ ever," the tS features several upgrades over the regular model, though not quite enough to earn the brand's sporty STI badge.


STI did have a hand in this project, though, as the cancellation of a new WRX STI sports sedan leaves the firm with little else to do. The tS has been given an upgraded suspension tuned by STI, equipped with Hitachi dampers, which Subaru says results in "greater flexibility and better control and stability."


The New Subaru BRZ tS Is About As Close As You Can Get To A New STI

The New Subaru BRZ tS Is About As Close As You Can Get To A New STI

On the outside, the BRZ tS discreetly hides its upgrades, as it doesn't depart much from the regular models. The only visible indicators of the minor changes brought by the tS are the exclusive badges, though eagle-eyed Subaru experts will also note the Crystal Black Silica paint on the side mirrors and antenna. The BRZ tS also rides on dark 18-inch wheels, which are guarded by Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires. Underneath the BRZ's wheels, there are larger Brembo brakes with enlarged rotors and pads, along with unique golden calipers.





The cabin is less shy to flaunt its STI-inspired upgrades, with bright blue constrast stitching on the sport seats, steering wheel, and shifter, as well as a unique blue accent on the center of each front seat. There's also an STI-badged start button, along with unique STI graphics on the 7-inch digital instrument cluster. The tS is based on the BRZ Limited trim, which means the rest of the features list is nearly identical to that model.


Under the hood, the BRZ tS sees no changes. That means you'll find a 2.4 liter four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual, which sends a total of 228 horsepower to the rear wheels with a limited-slip differential.


The BRZ tS will make its way to U.S. dealers early next year, with pricing details to be revealed later in 2023. Considering that the tS is technically an upgraded version of the BRZ Limited, which costs $31,095, pricing should lean in the direction of $35,000.


Do you like the BRZ tS, or would you rather see a full-fledged STI model?

Image Credits: Subaru

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