Subaru has chosen a way of promoting a more mature model developed together with Toyota. They came to the Los Angeles Auto Show with a concept almost identical to the version number one.
The manufacturer of the Subaru BRZ STI Concept is beginning to be identified by its four-wheel drive models in the universe of propulsion or from the rear traction. The design is not a mystery until now, so for this part, Toyota took care of to bring the audience to saturation with the eternal FT-86 concept car presented in all possible developments at the auto shows and if that was not enough they made a similar concept car for Scion. Obviously it’s a model jointly developed by the folks from Subaru and Toyota and the difference is made mostly by the small design details designed to give the manufacturer’s identity model that puts the logo onto the hood. At the Auto Show in Los Angeles, in world premiere, Subaru has its own version of the joint. Paradoxically, BRZ STI Concept has an enormous charisma, probably from the beautiful blue and the Subaru STI logo from rear wing is legendary. Perhaps fans would have preferred a single brand outlet with a larger caliber than to double the final two on each side, as it is presented for the concept. The promise of the Subaru model, at least in a future release of STI, will not make any compromise on performance. These include the roof made of carbon fiber, model designed to reduce weight and to contribute to a much lower center of gravity.