The 2022 Subaru BRZ Has Made Its Global Debut

 

Earlier this week, the all-new, rear-wheel drive 2022 Subaru BRZ sports car made its official global debut at the Thermal Club Raceway in Thermal, California.

 

Developed with the same fundamentals of sports car design that it used to create the original BRZ, Subaru has developed a revolutionary low-weight, ultra-low center of gravity ride with precision handling and improved styling that has never been seen before in a Subaru ride. It’s a pure sports car with premium Subie DNA.

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Subaru Donates 50,000 Blankets to Homeless Shelters Across the U.S.

 

Did you know that November is National Homeless Youth Awareness Month? 

 

As part of this month’s awareness event, Subaru of America has recently announced that it will donate 50,000 blankets to homeless shelters across the country, something that becomes essential to the survival of many as the temperatures begin to drop throughout many parts of the country.

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Subaru Unveils Insane WRX: Travis Pastrana’s Gymkhana STI

 

Subaru of America has recently revealed its wildest, most outrageous WRX STI model yet. Check out Travis Pastrana’s custom ride built specifically to shred the track in the next installment of Hoonigan’s Gymkhana video series.

 

Drawing on Subaru’s championship-winning rallycross experience, this sick ride looks like a Subaru version of the Batmobile, and it’s ready to take Gymkhana to the next level.

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Subaru Announces Second-Annual “National Make a Dog’s Day” on October 22

 

Subaru of America has recently announced that it will continue its commitment to supporting the well-being of pets nationwide with the 2020 return of its Subaru Loves Pets initiative.

 

Subaru is dedicating the entire month of October to helping pets in need. The celebration will culminate in the second-annual incarnation of National Make a Dog’s Day on October 22. This national effort is designed to champion in-need dogs everywhere, especially those in shelters.

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