Subaru could make BRZ convertible
* Drop-top BRZ a possibility * BRZ coupe to go on sale next summer * Coupe will be launched at Tokyo motor show...
Subaru has hinted it could build a convertible version of the forthcoming BRZ Coupe.
The BRZ Coupe will be unveiled at the Tokyo motor show in December. It's a front-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car co-developed with Toyota and set to go on sale next summer.
While Subaru insiders didn't confirm they will make a convertible version of the car, they did concede that the BRZ has been 'engineered from the start to work as a convertible.'
Toyota wouldn't comment on a drop-top variant of its version, currently named the FT-86.
Ahead of the BRZ going on sale, Subaru will launch its XV crossover, a car that it's pitching against the Nissan Qashqai.
A new Subaru Impreza is also due next year, and while no dates have been confirmed, we'd expect the car to go on sale in the autumn.
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