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We look at safety
from all sides.

“The 2016 BRZ is a 2015 IIHS Top Safety Pick.”

—Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)
Active Safety Total Safety Passive Safety

Exceptional Control

With exceptional balance and precise
driving characteristics, the BRZ helps
provide you with the control you need to
react to and avoid hazards. Every BRZ
also comes standard with Vehicle
Stability Control (VSC) electronic stability
control, which can detect a loss of
control and intervene to help keep you on
your intended path.

Excellent Visibility

Among compact sports cars, the
BRZ offers exceptional forward
visibility and excellent views from all
angles around you, and also great
rearward visibility, thanks to the
standard Rear-Vision Camera. It also
offers high-visibility L.E.D. taillights
and L.E.D. daytime running lights to
help you stay visible to other cars.

Subaru Active and Passive Safety

When it comes to safety, we’ll never do
anything halfway. Subaru engineers
vehicles with the best possible protection
and with multifaceted features and
design that work in the real world. That
commitment has driven us to give the
BRZ safety features that exceed
expectations.

Passenger Protection

Front-seat side and side-curtain airbags1
standard on every BRZ—surround occupants
in the event of a crash to help prevent injury.
The BRZ also features whiplash-protection
performance-design front seats with height-
adjustable head restraints.

All-around Protection

Our Ring-shaped Reinforcement Frame
is exceptionally strong for maximum
resistance to impact energy, while its unique
configuration helps divert that energy away
from occupants. The frame of the BRZ is
composed of generous amounts of high-
tensile steel for even greater strength and
lighter weight.

Disclaimer
1   Always wear seatbelts. Children should be properly restrained in the rear seat.
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