Subaru’s second-generation sports coupe will arrive early next year, priced from $38,990 plus on-road costs – an increase of $3720.

Adjusted for inflation, the 2022 Subaru BRZ is about $4000 cheaper than the original BRZ at launch in 2012, which retailed for $37,150 before on-road costs at the time, or about $43,000 in today’s terms, according to the Reserve Bank’s inflation calculator.

Standard equipment on the entry-level car (badged BRZ Coupe) includes 18-inch alloy wheels with Michelin tyres (rather than the 17-inch wheels and tyres standard in Japan), an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and satellite navigation, cloth seats, dual-zone climate control, auto LED headlights, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert. The complete list of standard inclusions is listed at the bottom of this story.

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