Subaru Australia continues to grapple with the philosophical dilemma of adding the rear-wheel drive Subaru BRZ sports car to its line-up, but may be warming to the idea. Subaru Australia managing director Nick Senior insists the local arm of the Japanese brand will make its decision public in December on whether or not we will get the BRZ. The crux of the matter is the car’s rear-wheel drive layout, which has been co-developed to underpin both the Subaru BRZ and the upcoming Toyota FT-86.
Every new Subaru sold in Australia over the past 15 years has been all-wheel drive. The performance and driving enjoyment benefits of the symmetrical system are at the heart of the brand’s ethos, and are used across its branding and marketing material.
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