The 2013 Subaru BRZ is pretty awesome, but enthusiasts have been clamoring for more from the rear-drive sports car since the day it hit dealerships. In its April 1 press release, the automaker finally "surrenders" to the automotive media and "confirms" that it will be offering an all-wheel drive, twin-turbo, convertible, two-seater, diesel hybrid BRZ for sale in 2015.
Subaru goes on to state, "Having just launched the current model to widespread critical acclaim, we are tired of fighting off the constant speculation about what’s 'next' and so we are just giving in and delivering all the speculation in one vehicle." Passive aggressive much, Subaru?
Unfortunately, the automaker couldn't be bothered to even photoshop an image to accompany its half-attempt at humor, so I'm using the Toyota FT-86 Open concept that debuted at the 2013 Geneva auto show.