As expected, Subaru has debuted the production 2013 BRZ at this year's Tokyo Motor Show and it looks as good in the flesh as it does in the photos. With all the previews and reveals ahead of its official debut, there were no real surprises once the 2013 Subaru BRZ was seen on the show floor.
The joint sports car between Subaru and Toyota showed off its 2.0L Horizontally-Opposed Boxer engine packing 200-hp and 151 lb-ft of torque. The 17-inch wheels look fitting on the sports coupe, while the overall stance of the vehicle is definitely attractive to the eye. Obviously its styling doesn't exactly scream Subaru out to us, but its flared fenders and rear wheel arches do remind us of typical Subaru.
On the inside, the smaller steering wheel is comfortable to hold and seems fitting for the coupe, while the seats were surprisingly more comfortable than we originally anticipated them to be.
Unfortunately we weren't able to experience whether or not this BRZ is truly a "Pure Handling Delight", at least not yet.
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