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2012 Subaru BRZ GT300

The Subaru BRZ GT300, introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show, was designed to compete in the GT300 class of Japan's SuperGT touring car series. The vehicle is designed to replace the Subaru Legacy B4 that competed in the series for the past two years.

The BRZ GT300 produces around 300 horsepower (judging from the name) and comes with full racing gear. It features a wide body kit, large wheel arches, oversized bumpers and side skirts, plus a rear wing. On the side are exhaust pipes, a vented hood and lightweight racing wheels.

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