Despite its badge, this is actually a Subaru BRZ.
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Bee Racing changed the car's front end because it preferred the look of the Toyota GT 86.
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However, that's clearly not the only aesthetic change.
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Most noticeable is the Rocket Bunny body kit.
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Makes it look pretty mean, no?
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The spoiler on the back not only adds down force, but looks pretty awesome as well.
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Some bits of the base car remain. The rear lights look pretty cool.
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The wheels are Bee Racing's own.
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Under the skin there've been plenty of changes.
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The engine has been tweaked...
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...as has the suspension.
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This car is all about passion.
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To say the interior has had a "light going over" is an understatement.
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It's cool, mind.
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Drifting is what this car was made for.
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Well...drifting and sounding incredible. And going like stink.
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You can't deny its road presence.
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Nor its individuality.
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Would you do this to a BRZ if you could?
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