The Japanese car manufacturer Subaru has unveiled today the all-new 2013 BRZ Premium Sport Edition. According to Subaru, the new special edition will be sold only in Japan and it features several visual upgrades. 

Several weeks ago, And Palmer, Nissan executive vice president, said that the BRZ is a "midlife crisis", a car designated for a 50 year old man. But Subaru disagrees and says that the new BRZ Premium Sport Edition is a model for playful adults. 

On the outside, the 2013 Subaru BRZ Premium Sport Edition is featuring STI 17 inch black alloy wheels and black side mirror caps. It will be available with different paint schemes while inside the cabin, the lucky customers will have two tone leather seats and steering wheel. 

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The instrument panel will be wrapped in Alcantara leather with contrast tan stitching. More than that we see an STI engine button, silver and carbon fiber accents on the dashboard. 

According to Subaru, the all-new 2013 BRZ Premium Sport Edition will go on sale at the end of the year at a price tag of 3,034,500 yen (approximately 31,000 USD / 22,600 EUR / 19,300 GBP).

Source: Subaru