We’ve already come across accessory catalogs for the new Toyota FT-86 (or Scion FR-S, as the U.S. shall know it), but it seems a similar publication for its twin — the 2013 Subaru BRZ — recently made its way online.
Some of the options this Japanese market catalog shows are actually standard on the BRZ we’ll be getting here in the states. Features like LED DRLs for the front fascia, navigation, a premium audio system, push button start, and red interior stitching will come standard on a 2013 BRZ, depending on whether you opt for the base BRZ Premium or the uplevel BRZ Limited.
For the exterior, an assortment of graphics can be ordered. A checkered flag design can be had for the rocker panels, hood, and upper side body line as well as rear window. A pair of Subaru roof graphics are also available. Small decals for autocrossers and racers indicating tow points, battery location, rescue location, and the fuel-filler door are also in the catalog. Carbon fiber-esque trim for the fuel door and rear bumper appliqué are also available from the catalog.
Unlike the Tom’s, TRD, and Modelista parts for the Toyota 86 that we got a peak at last Friday, there doesn’t seem to be a vast assortment of performance-related mods available from Subaru for the 2013 BRZ. The STI-branded accessories section includes quasi-performance add-ons like three different shifter knobs, a unique “STI” push-button start, and what looks to be an STI-branded exhaust system. Carbon fiber body pieces including roof, spoiler, front splitter, and rear valance, are all available.
With all the excitement surrounding the car, it goes without saying there will probably be plenty of tricked-out BRZs at the 2012 SEMA show, showing accessories from dozens of aftermarket companies.
Source: Subaru (pdf)