2012+ BRZ History Performance Parts Suspension & Coilovers

Subaru BRZ

Ever since the Subaru BRZ’s debut (also known as Boxer Rear-drive Zenith) in 2012, enthusiasts of the rear wheel drive sports model has continued to rise. Subaru’s goal with this car was to not only create a good looking car with a solid price point, but to keep things simple. Complete focus has been put into the driving experience. Nimble handling, rear wheel drive, and revised suspension really shines for the BRZ. Weighing in at ~2700 pounds, the BRZ is one of the lightest sports cars today. The lightweight design not only aids in speed and handling, but gas mileage as well.

BRZ Performance Parts

A variety of performance parts have flooded the market since the BRZ’s debut. From suspension, to engine upgrades, to coilovers, you can find any upgrade you are looking for. ISC Suspension is a solid coilover choice for BRZ suspension that many enthusiast are turning to. With a competitive price point and big gains on handling, it is no surprise ISC is gaining more and more of the market. You can view a sample of the ISC BRZ suspension below:

Subaru BRZ Coilovers

Subaru BRZ Interior

The interior of the BRZ brings back the “old school” feel old sports cars are known for. The inerior is exactly what you’d expect from a focused sports car: simple and useful. There are no bells and whistles, it is right down to business. Regardless of that, once you hit the gas, all of that stuff doesn’t matter. Despite it’s low to the ground stance, head space is generous for a small coupe, allowing for plenty of room for a racing helmet.

Subaru BRZ Exterior

Exterior colors are limited, but each color is a great choice by Subaru.

Exterior Color Choices


  • Crystal Black Silica
  • Crystal White Pearl
  • Dark Gray Metalic
  • Ice Silver Metalic
  • Lightning Red
  • World Rally Blue Pearl


Each color has something to offer. Crystal black, crystal white, ice silver, and dark gray are solid colors for a sleeper approach. Lightning red and WR blue are great for the enthusiast looking to add an edge to their BRZ.

With a long front end, and short rear end, the overall dimensions of the BRZ scream coupe. Current dimensions of the BRZ are 167″ L x 70″ W x 51″ H. Have a look at 2015 blueprints of the exterior below.



Overall, the BRZ is a solid car for any enthusiast looking for a solid driving experience. There is very little body roll, handling is tight, and predictable. Acceleration is moderate, but thanks to it’s light weight, the BRZ can easily become a monster!

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