September 9, 2014 by Joey Wang
Today in China Car Girls a sweet Chinese girl and a Subaru BRZ sporty car. The girl is dressed in a very tight tank top, blue shorts, a silver watch, black shoes, and not much more. The Subaru is painted in WRC XTi blue and fitted with WRC XTi shiny gold alloys, with shiny green screws.
February 14, 2014 by Tycho de Feijter
A very speedy Subaru BRZ, Spotted in China at the Solona shopping mall in Beijing. The super Suub has been sexed up considerably with a lowered suspension, a red and black bonnet, racy stickers all over, darkened windows, and racy low prifile tires, nice in the snow!, with matte gray 6-spoke alloys. Best however is the license plate reading 78786, referring to the Toyota 86, the Suub’s sister.
March 22, 2013 by W.E. Ning
The Subaru BRZ has been launched on the Chinese car market, nine days after the launch of the Toyota 86. Price for the Subaru BRZ starts at 269.000 yuan and ends at 279.000 yuan, and that is exactly the same as for the Toyota. The Japanese have high hopes for the twin-sportscars, in a still difficult time when many Chinese car buyers avoid Japanese cars at all costs due to the island row.
March 15, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The first Subaru BRZ has been spotted on Chinese roads, standing on a truck driving on a highway to the north of Beijing. The Subaru BRZ will be launched on the Chinese car market on March 21, the Toyota
GT86 86 was launched on March 12. The vehicle on truck was likely on its way to a dealer or media event. Power, as in the Toyota, comes from a four-cylinder boxer engine with 200hp and 205nm. Price for the Subaru BRZ will start around 270.000 yuan.
March 12, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The Subaru BRZ sportsmachine will be launched on the Chinese car market on March 21, price will start around 270.000 yuan. The Toyota GT86 will be launched later today on March 12 [update: launched]. The coming of the Toyota has been making car fans mad for many months, but the Subaru-brand seems less popular.
September 2, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
The Subaru BRZ sportsmachine had its China-debut yesterday on the Chengdu Auto Show. Subaru has confirmed it will be launched on the Chinese auto market sometime next year, priced around 300.000 yuan. Whether that means the Toyota GT86 will make it to China as well is yet unclear. Two GT86 were spotted in Febuary in the port of Tianjin but nothing has been ever heard of those cars ever since. The coming of the BRZ had lead to a great deal of exitement in the Chinese automotive press, predicting it will sell like hot rice… Via: Autohome.