Though not quite as intense as the Subaru BRZ STI Concept we saw in LA, the production BRZ is definitely a major departure from the typical Subaru aesthetic.
While there are some minor differences in the grille treatment and lower front fascia from the Toyota GT 86, it's largely in-line with what we've already seen. The big question surrounding the BRZ is whether or not it will get a more powerful version of the Toyota's approximately 197-hp boxer four.
Sadly, Subaru doesn't give us an answer. Instead, their release for the new vehicle focuses on the vehicle's "Pure Handling Delight." This means a center of gravity close to the earth's magnetic core.
As with the Toyota, the Subaru offers a choice of 6-speed automatic or manual transmission.
You'll have to wait a little longer for new details. For now, enjoy the pre-Tokyo Motor Show photos.