2016 subaru brz hyper blue
Also new for is a standard rear-view camera. Subaru also announced that it will once again introduce a blue-themed limited edition as it did with the BRZ. Hyperblue models, featuring black inch wheels, gloss black on the badges and exterior mirrors, and a coat of retina-scorching Hyper Blue paint. The interior dons leather and faux-suede upholstery, with blue seat bolsters, headrests, and stitching, accented by an embroidered silver BRZ logo on the front seat backs. A frameless rear-view mirror and faux carbon-fiber center-dash trim come with the package. The BRZ Series.
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Subaru's Series. The limited edition package will only grace about of these Subies, which is a shame considering it looks damn good. Regardless, the Series. HyperBlue is nothing more than a strangely punctuated appearance package, which means underneath the cool blue color and awesome wing sits a standard BRZ, and I couldn't be happier. Sure, I'm in the camp that thinks the BRZ needs a little more in terms of output, but that isn't to say the hp boxer is a dog. It's not a Chevy Corvette, a Jaguar F-Type R , or any other monstrous sport coupe made today, but an homage to a bygone era of peppy sports cars. Subaru's four-cylinder boxer churns out hp at 7, rpm and lb-ft of twist at 6, rpm.
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However, Subaru has spiced things up with the Series. HyperBlue edition. Beyond the color, a handful of blue accents in the cabin, and its super limited unit production run, this BRZ retains all parts found in the standard car. Nevertheless, the BRZ Series. HyperBlue is worth looking at.
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