This is what an extended wheelbase and the addition of two suicide doors at the rear will do to Subaru’s BRZ coupe.
This is RainPrisk’s idea of how to make the Japanese sports car more interesting. The re-visualization of the BRZ also includes some mods made to the front end, plus extended fenders on all four corners, different side skirts and a small rear wing, joined by a new set of wheels rubbing shoulders with the wheel arches.
Back in the real world, Subaru has no intention of going after Mercedes-Benz‘s CLA in a car that seems to be inspired by the Mazda RX-8, with the next step for the Japanese carmaker after pulling the covers off a new generation Impreza in New York last week, being the introduction of a facelifted BRZ.
We got a first look at the updated BRZ through a few leaked images recently, which revealed similar changes to what Toyota did on the Scion FR-S replacement, the 86, but we’ll have to wait a bit to find out more on what Subaru has in store for us.