Moto-P brings us this mega gallery from the recent 86 Style Festival which took place at the Fuji Speedway in Shizuoka, Japan,

The “86 Style With BRZ” Festival was the biggest gathering of FT86/AE86 in the world, to date.

Check out the event gallery INSIDE.

The sales numbers for the BRZ and FR-S for the U.S. market are in for the period ending September 2013.

Check out the monthly and yearly breakdowns after the jump.

Tuesday August 27, 2013 10:02

The full gallery/details of the Subaru BRZ tS model can be seen here, but here’s some tS video eye candy.

Monday August 26, 2013 09:49

Subaru of America, Inc. has announced pricing for the 2014 BRZ — starting at $25,595.

More details inside.

According to this report, Chief engineer of the 86, Tetsuya Tada, has finally admitted his team is developing a number of ways to increase performance of the showroom version; one of which will definitely make it to production when the 86receives its mid-life upgrade in 2015.

“I hope to make an engine upgrade at least one time with this car,” Tada told Drive.

“We [have] already tried all possibilities and there are several types of 86 prototypes at the Toyota proving ground now; one is a turbocharger, one is bigger displacement and [the other is a] special hybrid system.”

“All possibilities are being considered.”

Tada would not divulge any further details, but inside sources claim the most likely option is an increase in displacement, bumping the 2.0-litre horizontally opposed engine out to 2.5-litres and increasing power from 147kW to around 190kW.

Subaru Tecnica International Inc. (STI) today officially announced the release of the “SUBARU BRZ tS” which goes on sale on August 19 through Subaru dealerships in Japan.

See its full specs, details and gallery INSIDE.

Tada San has been down in Australia, giving the media a preview of a handling package (or model?) which will feature enhanced handling and looks.

Upgrades on the prototype being shown include new forged alloy wheels from BBS, measuring 18×7.5 inches, wrapped in staggered width 215mm front and 225mm rear Dunlop Direzza R-spec tires. Non-adjustable Sachs dampers provide even better handling. The upgrades are aimed at improving the car’s cornering stability while also improving its looks.

Full details INSIDE.

Tada San, the chief engineer behind the 86 / FR-S has confirmed that his team is developing a number of ways to increase performance of the current FR-S; one of which will definitely make it to production when the 86 receives its mid-life upgrade in 2015.

And one of the expected upgrades is to the engine!

Read on INSIDE.