The 2013 Subaru BRZ is Subaru’s version of the rear-wheel-drive coupe that it developed with Toyota. Toyota’s version of the coupe has been dubbed either the 86, GT 86 or Scion FR-S, which depends on where in the world you are. The Subaru BRZ is powered by the same direct-injected 2.0L boxer engine as the GT 86. The BRZ packs 200 horsepower and weighs 2,689 pounds.
The only major differences between the BRZ and the GT 86 is that the BRZ has a unique grille and front bumper, unique fender vents and a slightly revised rear fascia.
The Subaru BRZ is also going to compete in the GT300 class of next year’s Super GT series in Japan.