A senior figure at Subaru's parent company says that a second generation of the BRZ sports car is likely to be produced for international markets.Speaking to industry journal Automotive News, the president of Subaru owner Fuji Heavy Industries, YasuyukiYoshinaga, said a successor to the 2012 BRZ was planned.
Subaru working on new BRZ model
Responding to questions about Subaru's future involvement in the joint-venture project with Toyota, Yoshinaga said "It's not going to be just one generation."UK representatives of Subaru and Toyota could not give AutocarUK any official confirmation of the plan.
It seems likely that a second-generation BRZ would again be built in collaboration with Toyota. That joint-venture would not be affected by Toyota's new partnership with BMW, which will spawn a new two-seat hybrid sports car for both parties.