Subaru has announced a handful of mild updates for the 2015 BRZ, with the nimble sportscar picking up suspension tweaks, new trim and a few other small changes.
The price remains unchanged however, with the BRZ continuing to sell for $37,150 drive-away.
The biggest changes centre on the suspension, with a revised damper tune to give better compliance on rough roads.
Inside, the painted silver trim has been replaced by a dark carbon fibre-like textured plastic and the rear view mirror is now frameless (the same as that offered in the Toyota 86 GTS).
The key fob has also been re-styled.
The BRZ's 147kW/205Nm 2.0 litre flat four carries over unchanged, and continues to be offered with either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic.
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