. Super GT Round 2 | Fuji Speedway – Oyama, Japan | Subaru BRZ GT300 .
I figured that with all the hype surrounding the Toyota 86 and the Subaru BRZ, that people would get tired of hearing about it pretty quickly. Turns out I was right. When Subaru announced its intentions to compete in the GT300 class of Super GT next year with the BRZ chassis, the hype exploded all over again. For good reason; it’s a work of art. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing to look at, but every piece of aerodynamics on this car serves a function. That’s the beauty of Super GT. I waited for a few weeks to post our coverage to see what kind of response I’d get after the buzz subsided. Click past the break for JDM Clips take on the BRZ GT300.
So, I finally made the quick trip over to the LA Convention Center to attend the LA Auto Show. While it’s always great to see each manufacturers take on the cutting edge of automotive engineering, I really came to see one car; the Subaru BRZ STi Concept. Of all the automotive topics discussed recently, Toyota’s predecessor to the now iconic AE86 has been the hottest. Will it be Toyota or Scion? What is the actual model name? Turbocharged or naturally aspirated? Will it use Subaru’s flat Boxer engine? For quite awhile, consumers and fans were left in the dark, but finally some light is being shed on the details. Check out some more shots of Subaru’s new member of the STi family past the break.
I have a feeling this last installment is going to be filled with R35 goodness. Mine’s, Endless, HKS, Option; they all had GT-R’s on display, and they were all fantastic. For a closer look at the Mine’s built GT-R pictured above, check out Taka’s video @ JDM Clips. This thing is pushing out near 800hp. Although this may be the last ‘walk around’ TAS post, I’ll have a few more specific shots coming soon however. It’s kind of sad to see it come to an end. Click past the break to see more of the final coverage post from Tokyo Auto Salon.