Last week, Subaru revealed the name of its much anticipated rear-wheel drive sports coupe--the BRZ, and a teaser image of the engine bay, leading this fanboy to speculate on the nature of the engine's power development.
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What do you get when you have a rear-wheel drive sports coupe, some windy roads, a few monkeys, and Mount Fuji as a backdrop?
For the first time since 2001, the Subaru Impreza will not have a turbocharged engine in its US market lineup.
Subaru has announced that, instead of building a bigger production facility, it will be staying in the current one it uses in Lafayette, Ind.