If they do, I would be suprised. Subaru dealerships don't really want the vehicle because a RWD vehicle doesn't really go with their brand. Toyota is getting the Supra, so that will add another lightweight RWD vehicle to their lineup, although it will only be offered in an automatic transmission and be more expensive. Both manufacturers will need to have a reason to want to invest in updating the 86/BRZ and I don't see why they would want to, especially Subaru.I drove a 2014 FRS with a slush box trans a couple of months ago and it didn’t feel slow to me. I was surprised based on the torque numbers. A performance pack BRZ with manual trans would be plenty of fun. Of course it costs $30k and I wonder if Subaru/Toyota will spend the money on a redesign for a dedicated platform. I doubt it.