With just two months before its official debut at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Show, the production version of the Subaru BRZ concept has been caught testing once again, this time revealing slightly more details than before. The car is still heavily camouflaged, but you can easily notice a design language similar to the one used on the BRZ’s cousin, the Toyota FT-86.
The Subaru BRZ will be offered with a new generation 2.0-liter, four-cylinder boxer engine and combined with a manual or automatic transmission. It is believed that for the STI version, the output will go up to about 300 HP. People have been discussing whether the BRZ will be an all-wheel-drive or a RDW model, but Subaru has officially confirmed that the engine will send its power to the rear wheels.
The Subaru BRZ will go on sale starting next year with a base price of under $25,000, while the STI may hit $35,000.