<span lang="EN-US">Subaru has finally given its enthusiast fans in the U.S. what they want. Sort of. </span>
Meet the Subaru BRZ tS, a car that comes with plenty of bolt-on parts designed by STI, but sadly, no increase in power.
Still, the tS sounds like a formidable package, adding new Sachs dampers and coil springs, flexible V-braces in the engine compartment, a stiffer chassis, and a stiffer subframe. These additions are on top of the latest improvements made to the standard BRZ, which include a thicker transmission cross member, reinforcements at the rear-wheel housings, and a thicker bracket behind the strut tower brace.
Read more about the 2018 Subaru BRZ tS at AutoGuide.com.