It's most likely the existing FA24 with lightly worked over head to allow higher revs and provide more of a performance characteristic. May just be a different cam and valvesprings. No chance it's a clean sheet new 2.4L.One thing I do not understand is how it's the same displacement and such as the existing 2.4L but it's allegedly not the same engine already in use (I heard that in one of the videos). I cannot believe they built an entirely new engine for this low volume car.
You must be the only one. Everyone else has gained the "Covid-19" (myself included).#humblebrag alert: I personally lost 17 pounds during quarantine (less wining & dining)... so if old fat me was happy with a current gen BRZ, new me will be even happier in a new gen!
Goodcarbadcar keeps US BRZ figures:Anyone know the number of 86/BRZ sold worldwide? It's not that low volume right?
I guess no if Subaru want to keep this car as cheap as possible to make and as light as possible (one of its main selling point).Before the Supra, I always wondered why Subaru in particular which is no stranger to turbos didn’t offer an STi trim with a turbo. Now that the Supra exists I get why Toyota doesn’t feel the need for a turbo 86, but I do wonder if Subaru wishes it had a turbo trim.