The BRZ STI Sport boasts a set of black 18-inch alloy wheels, black front and side skirts, mesh front bumper intakes (in place of the normal vented units) plus STI-branded front guard vents.
Subaru also details a textured Bordeaux interior and promises exclusive STI Sport interior touches, which are yet to be revealed.
For the Japanese market WRX S4, a similar range of interior and exterior upgrades are promised, though Subaru is yet to reveal how the WRX S4 STI Sport will look ahead of its Tokyo Auto Salon debut.
STI Performance versions of the Levorg and Impreza will showcase a range of add-on parts “polished by racing activities” according to Subaru, and are set to include aerodynamic and performance parts, with more details to come closer to the Auto Salon opening on the 13th of January.
Joining the BRZ, WRX, Levorg and Impreza on the stand, Subaru will also feature its 2016 BRZ GT300, WRX STI Japan Rally Championship, and WRX STI NBR Challenge cars from STI’s motorsport division.