It was hard to listen to this guy. After everything anyone said the response was "yeah but..." Of course, if you tube any car it's going to be better, that's a nonsensical argument. And they could have lowered the ride height to get some of the numbers they did that's why they kept saying "well I'd have to drive it" because you can't actually know how some of those numbers translate on the road. No mention of the digital screen that already looks dated either. I have a 2015 BRZ and I'm hoping Gazoo Racing goes in a different direction aesthetically because I do not like the look of this car, the rear end. And some of the lines, like the ones by the rear wheel come out of nowhere and then go into a smooth door. It's goofy. I've hear of people comparing the back end to a civic too. Really any comparison of the rear of the car has not been great. I love my BRZ but I can honestly look at and evaluate it too as well as the new car. He also kept going on about the engine displacement. What's more is that they corrected peak torque to about 3600 rpms which is where the current gen hits a torque dip, for me, that's a way bigger win than a bigger engine. I'm definitely going to get the new version of the car when it comes out but I'm hoping Seibon makes some great after market carbon fiber panels for this car.If you want to get a sense of what the aftermarket industry thinks about the new BRZ, then watch this:
Industry Pros REACT to the 2022 Subaru BRZ: Automotive aftermarket industry icons DAI YOSHIHARA (pro driver from Formula Drift, Pike's Peak International Hillclimb, D1 Grand Prix, Global Time Attack), RJ DEVERA of Meguiar's Car Care (aka Danny Yamato from the original Fast & Furious movie), and SAM DU (Super Street Magazine Editor in Chief) share their reactions opinions on the 2022 Subaru BRZ & next generation Toyota GR86.