We’ve known for a while now that Toyota and Subaru are developing a replacement model for the aging hachi-roku twins. With Toyota introducing the Black Edition for its send-off of the 86, it’s only fair that Subaru does the same too.

The Subaru BRZ Final Edition comes with several exterior upgrades such as 17-inch dark-lacquered wheels, Brembo brakes with red brake callipers, as well as stiffer Sachs dampers. Only two colour options are available – Crystal Black Silica, or the optional Blue Pearl for an additional 100 euros.

Inside, the special edition is upholstered with blue-and-black leather-and-Alcantara mix, finished with blue stitching on the steering wheel, gear knob, handbrake, and door trims.

Other interior items include multiple special-edition badging throughout the cabin, BRZ emblems on the floor mats, as well as an unchanged seven-inch infotainment display.

As with other special editions of the Toyobaru twins, no changes are done to the powertrain. A two-litre four-cylinder Boxer engine churns out 205 hp and 212 Nm of torque, with power sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. The automatic variant gets five less horsepower and six less Nm of torque.

Motor1 reported that only 100 units of the Final Edition will be made available, solely in Germany. However, a Czech Republic dealer website has said that 40 units will be made available for the country.


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