Here is a first look at the an unofficial artists interpretation of what the drop-top Subaru BRZ convertible could look like. But does the lack of a sloping roofline rob the model of some of its sporty aggressiveness?
The Subaru and Toyota Collaboration was finally revealed in full production form last week with the unveilings of their respective Toyota GT 86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ models. So when we consider the lengthy and costly development process they went through, it is only natural to assume further body styles and trim levels will become available.
Immediately following the debuts at the Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota GT 86's chief engineer Tetsu Tada confirmed a hotter supercharged version was in the works and the first reports of a convertible version were reported over a month a go.