The Tokyo Motor Show was where Subaru had its global launch of the all-new BRZ coupe. This is also where the GT300 racing version debuted. Subaru designed the BRZ GT300 to meet the present 2011 Super GT regulations in Japan.
STI, the in-house tuning arm of Subaru, accomplished this. Powering the car is a horizontally opposed engine that was developed by STI. It is also fitted with a special STI tuned engine management system.
When it comes to styling, the racer is totally different from the road car. It comes with a bigger air intake at the front and air scoops for the bonnet, as well as a larger carbonfibre splitter.
The car rides on a set of 18in black alloys covered in slick Yokohama Advan rubber. At the back, there is a vast fixed rear spoiler at the back. It also gets a rear diffuser that’s equally as great.
The rear and side windows use Perspex. These arches are significantly flared and exhausts come out of the side skirts. Its stripped out interior has a full roll cage and it comes with a set of Recaro racing seats too.