It’s a tradition of sorts for automakers to offer de-contented or lightweight versions of production cars so they can be more readily converted to motorsports use. Such is the case with the Subaru BRZ, which will be sold in England with anemic, 16-inch steel wheels (racers or tuners will be swapping anyway), black bumpers and trim (crashed or swapped), and a cabin stripped of its audio system, air conditioning, and other trim bits. The stripper BRZ is reminiscent of the WRX TR from 2006, but Subaru has no plans to offer a TR version of the BRZ here. Conversely, the two versions of the BRZ Subaru will offer in the States will be targeting a more upscale buyer when compared with the FR-S.