A 2+2 passenger sports car introduced for 2013, the Subaru BRZ was, in many ways, a different perspective to see the company's modern performance image. The brand's first sports car since the SVX, the BRZ also became the first two-wheel drive vehicle to be sold in the United States by Subaru since 1996. The BRZ's low performance stature has been created to aid aerodynamics and agility. Co-developed in association with fellow Japanese automaker Toyota, Subaru's contribution to the jointly-developed vehicle was a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder Boxer engine. Incorporating a fuel injection system using direct and port injection for peak performance, the BRZ's engine produced 200 horsepower. Along with an improved suspension for 2015, the Subaru BRZ line included limited-run WR Blue Pearl and Crystal White Pearl painted vehicles with special interiors. For 2016, the StarLink multimedia system with 6.2-inch touchscreen became standard on the BRZ. In the same year, a 500-unit limited edition Series.HyperBlue Subaru BRZ consisted of special styling touches such as 17-inch alloy wheels, blue interior stitching, simulated carbon fiber center dash panel and glossy black exterior badging.