To mark seven years since the BRZ was introduced to the Spanish market, Subaru's local subsidiary has launched a Special Edition model.
As with the WRX STI Final Edition unveiled earlier this year, the BRZ Special Edition is exclusive to Spain and is offered in a very limited production run: 20 units in this case (compared to just 8 for the WRX STI Final Edition). Each of the 20 cars will feature unique exterior and interior design tweaks, as well as upgraded equipment.
On the outside, the BRZ Special Edition sports gloss black 17-inch multi-spoke alloys, plus gloss black mirror caps, antenna, and rear wing. The model can be had with any of the seven exterior colors available on the BRZ.
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The interior treatment is arguably more spectacular as it brings a pair of welcoming dual-tone front seats with tan leather bolsters and Alcantara seating surfaces. Tan leather is also present on the door panels, while stitching in the same color is found on the leather steering wheel, dashboard, gearshift lever gaiter, handbrake lever, and rear seats.
The entire package is available for €32,900 (approximately $36,030) which is the same amount Spanish customers spend on the range-topping Subaru BRZ Executive. Unless the customer wants it in Pure Red, metallic paints add €550 ($600) to the base price.
Needless to say, the powertrain remains unchanged and consists of a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-four gasoline engine rated at 200 PS (197 hp) at 7,000 rpm and 205 Nm (151 lb-ft) of torque at 6,400-6,600rpm. A six-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels is the only gearbox available.