The noise accompanying Subaru's newest model is deafening, and the auto maker says all the hype is warranted. New for this model year, the 2013 Subaru BRZ has a sporty, distinct style that's sure to win over some new buyers to Subaru's famously loyal fan base.This sport coupe will use 2.0-liter engine pumping out 200 horsepower and 150 pound-feet of torque. The power is sent to the rear wheels using either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Since the 2013 Subaru BRZ is so lightweight, weighing less than 2,700 pounds, performance will be quite lively.What you might not expect from Subaru's newest sports car is a usable trunk. In fact, it holds about seven cubic feet of trunk space even with the foldable back seats in use. While also considering the cabin seats four, you get a good sense of how remarkably versatile this vehicle is.Its exterior is unique to say the least. "Hawkeye" HID headlights, a black grille, ornamental accents, and an available lip spoiler are sure to get the 2013 Subaru BRZ noticed on the streets. Aluminum 17-inch wheels designed to increase airflow and ventilation come standard.Inside, the 2013 Subaru BRZ is just as driver oriented as you would expect. It features an instrument panel with a large center-mouthed tachometer, an analog speedometer to the left, and the fuel/temperature gauges to the right. It was designed with a rollcage in mind, meaning those drivers who race their BRZ won't have to tear up their dashboard in order to mount a cage.The base trim level, the 2013 Subaru BRZ Premium, gets a pretty extensive list of standard features many other automakers consider upgrades. There's a navigation system, iPod® capability, a Bluetooth® handsfree phone system, satellite radio, HID headlights, and more. Additions to the Limited models include leather seats with Alcantara trim, auto climate control, heated front seats, a push-button start, and foglights.The all new 2013 Subaru BRZ, short for Boxer Renaissance Zenith, is simply fun to drive. It represents the pinnacle of what Subaru's engineers are capable of doing- creating an eye-popping sports car with Pure Handling Delight.