What Do You Want To Know About The 2018 Subaru BRZ tS?

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Most car reviewers seemed pretty impressed with the 2018 Subaru BRZ tS when the car was released to test pilots on a closed race track, but I’m on my way to pluck one out of a garage so I can live with it for a week. What do you want to know?

The short story is that the BRZ tS is a limited-production special version of the BRZ. It does have rear-wheel drive and a manual transmission. It does have a huge wing and decorative appointments. But it (still) does not have much horsepower: Subaru claims 205 at the crank.

Are the chassis and suspension tweaks worth this car’s high asking price? Or is it, at least, interesting enough to warrant its limited production run of 500 cars? We’re going to try and find out over the next couple days. Meanwhile, let me know if you still have any burning questions about this car.

Jalopnik Staffer from 2013 to 2020, now Editor-In-Chief at Car Bibles

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Stang70Fastback
Stang70Fastback

I have a question! It’s actually a question someone asked me yesterday (and an example of how grossly over-exaggerated the Twins’ lack of power has become in the car community):

“The timing of the lights on my commute frequently puts me as the first car at a red light and next thing you know there is a bus stopped in the right line a little ways down and I would like to get over but my only shot is to get ahead of the car in the left lane. If the guy to my left accelerates normally does the BRZ give me enough power to make that lane change? I don’t know first hand, all I hear are anecdotal accounts on Jalopnik of minivans pulling away from them.”