Subaru's long-awaited BRZ finally surfaced in production format at Tokyo. After the BRZ-STi of LA two weeks ago, the production car loses the iconic Subaru high-level rear wing and other ‘go-fast' parts for an aesthetic close to the production ‘86' from Toyota.The cars low front end, thanks to its low-mounted boxer engine, boasts flared arches whilst the DRG features a large grille and accompanying lower bumper vents that differ from the 86. Proportionally, the car adheres to classic sports car dimensions, with a long-hood and short overhangs. Sports springs and two-tone lightweight alloys give the car an aggressive stance.Inside the 2+2 sports car boasts ‘ample luggage space'. The cabin of the BRZ sports a high central tunnel, with a flat IP sitting atop this. High sided bucket style seats and a centrally placed speedometer in the binnacle, ensures the BRZ's sporting intentions are clear.