It's no secret that Subaru
will at some point in the near future launch a more powerful version of its highly acclaimed BRZ rear-wheel-drive sports coupe in the US, Japan and other global markets. Toyota
has also made no secret its intention to hand over its nearly identical version of the car, the GT-86/Scion FR-S
, to its in-house performance division, TRD. But things have been somewhat quieter over at Subaru with its own STI performance arm and its upcoming plans for the car.