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Old 12-11-2020, 07:14 PM   #1
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2020 vs. 2022 BRZ specs

Here's a quick rundown comparison of the specs known so far of the 2022 BRZ compared to the current (2020) version.

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You can add steering ratio too.

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Interested how they estimate weight to that precision.
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Interested how they estimate weight to that precision.

Each part has a weight spec. The sealants and adhesives used in the powertrain and chassis all have specs for amounts and location. Add it all up in the BOM. There will be variances, but they will be small in the scheme of things.


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Each part has a weight spec. The sealants and adhesives used in the powertrain and chassis all have specs for amounts and location. Add it all up in the BOM. There will be variances, but they will be small in the scheme of things.


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I don’t believe the ubiquitous “they” are Subaru and therefore do not know.
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I don’t believe the ubiquitous “they” are Subaru and therefore do not know.

https://media.subaru.com/pressreleas...s-global-debut

Scroll to the bottom.

Those numbers are from Subaru. The numbers are listed as estimated because the parts are not yet mass production and there might still be engineering changes between now and SOP.


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Any idea if the wheel PCD 5x100 will be be the same?
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Thanks for sharing the comparison.

Has there been any word yet on the new gen's transmission and final drive ratios?

I'm not expecting huge changes, but I have little doubt that the larger displacement motor might bring about some changes to it's gearing.
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Thanks for sharing the comparison.

Has there been any word yet on the new gen's transmission and final drive ratios?

I'm not expecting huge changes, but I have little doubt that the larger displacement motor might bring about some changes to it's gearing.
Only that transmission has been "improved". So maybe a bit beefed up manual with short shifter.


They may go back to 4.1 FD with bigger displacement, but hope not. Anyway if I get one I will do 4.67 at least (if it will be aviable from MFactory or sth)

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steering ratio speculation seems a bit overblown.. that small amount of change is useless without knowing the diameter of the new steering wheel. that can radically affect how the steering feels.

i know people have been saying this for a few years but this might actually be one of the last "pure" sports cars with no hybrid propulsion and a manual gearbox. be interesting to see what happens with the industry in the next 10 years.
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steering ratio speculation seems a bit overblown.. that small amount of change is useless without knowing the diameter of the new steering wheel. that can radically affect how the steering feels.

i know people have been saying this for a few years but this might actually be one of the last "pure" sports cars with no hybrid propulsion and a manual gearbox. be interesting to see what happens with the industry in the next 10 years.
Could very well be. Commiefornia supposedly just passed a law that will ban the sale of new cars with combustion engines sometime in 2030 and idiotically Japan seems to be go along with it so we may only see stupid electric vehicles going forward in the next decade.

The steering wheel looks exactly the same as the current BRZ so it's very likely the same diameter, BTW.
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Have any of the reviewers measured the bolt pattern on the wheels yet? The factory 2022 wheels look a lot like the GR yaris ones which are 5x114.3. Would be interesting if they switched it up to 5x114.3 for the new model.
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