For those that have been holding out for a faster version of the Subaru BRZ, it looks like you may be in luck. According to Auto Express, Subaru’s marketing manager Atoshi Atake has confirmed that plans are being made for a production version of the BRZ STI. While it won’t be the turbocharged monster that some were expecting, Atake says the STI would be powered by a tweaked version of the car’s current NA boxer motor making around 250hp. Naturally, it will also feature a lightened body and some of the other upgrades seen on the BRZ STI concept cars.
What are your thoughts on a naturally aspirated STI? How about 250hp? Not enough power, or just right?
Source: Auto Express