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The North American version of the rear-wheel drive Subaru BRZ sports car will bow at the North American International Auto Show in January, 2012, but what exactly that means is anyone's guess.

No details regarding changes between the North American version and the rest of the world were announced. The car's basic layout and 2.0L Boxer 4-cylinder with direct injection will remain, as well as the available 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions. We're guessing that some trim and equipment may be different Japanese market vehicles have been known to offer a plethora of trims and options while North American versions generally get one or two distinct trims and option packages, to make ordering easier for dealers (versus the built-to-order phenomenon in Japan).

AutoGuide will be on hand at the Tokyo Auto Show as well, where the first glimpse of the production Subaru BRZ will be available.

More: Subaru BRZ To Bow At Detroit Auto Show In U.S. Market Spec on Autoguide.com
 

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So far I like the unveiled Subaru BRZ i originally saw, I hope there are few changes if any to the american model Subaru BRZ. It would suck if we get a version of the BRZ that isn't as cool as the Japanese version. it has happened before with other cars, lets hope it won't happen this time.
 

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So far I like the unveiled Subaru BRZ i originally saw, I hope there are few changes if any to the american model Subaru BRZ. It would suck if we get a version of the BRZ that isn't as cool as the Japanese version. it has happened before with other cars, lets hope it won't happen this time.
Chances are we wont get all the trimming like PUSH start and AUTO Hvac unless you pony up to the LIMITED model.
 

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Chances are we wont get all the trimming like PUSH start and AUTO Hvac unless you pony up to the LIMITED model.
And yet things like that are becoming standard things in cars these days, I hope we get them, don't see why we shouldn't.

We can order them if we don't get it but depending on price and shipping it might or might not be worth while. What do you think about ordering BRZ parts from Japan that aren't available in North America? Would you do it?
 
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