Last week, Subaru revealed the name of its much anticipated rear-wheel drive sports coupe--the BRZ, and a teaser image of the engine bay, leading this fanboy to speculate on the nature of the engine's power development.
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There was a time when Subarus were generally reserved for professors who lived in New England, as their agricultural ruggedness lent themselves well to snowy conditions.
About 15 years ago, Japanese automakers Subaru and Mitsubishi were in similar positions.
Subaru's heavyweight, the WRX STI, is still recovering from having its thunder stolen thanks to the recent addition of the BRZ.