During the summer, Subaru announced that new limited-edition versions of both its WRX STI and BRZ were on the horizon. These cars are Series.HyperBlue editions, and now you finally know how much you'll have to spend to put one in your garage. Subaru has announced the pricing for both vehicles, which are set to go on sale this fall.

CHECK OUT: 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera Revealed With Turbocharged Engine, Higher Price: Video

The WRX STI will set you back $39,790, while the BRZ is priced at $28,485. Both of those prices include destination and delivery...unless you live in Alaska where you'll need to spend another $150. That's not bad for these limited and loaded cars, considering that a standard WRX STI in Limited trim will cost you just over $40,000 and a BRZ in Limited guise is a just a few bucks more than the Series.HyperBlue version.

If you opt for the 305-horsepower WRX STI, you get Hyper Blue stitching on the seats, steering wheel, shift boot, and floor mats. The car is fitted with 18-inch BBS wheels in black, and they contrast nicely against the Hyper Blue paint. The car also comes with a nine-speaker Harmon/Kardon audio system, keyless entry, and pushbutton starting.

2016 Subaru BRZ Series.HyperBlue

2016 Subaru BRZ Series.HyperBlue

READ: 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn Drops Top Ahead Of Frankfurt Debut: Video

Those buying the BRZ get pretty much the same styling changes as found on the WRX STI. Outside there's a set of 17-inch black alloy wheels that match up against the black badges and mirror caps. Inside, the BRZ gets the Subaru Starlink multimedia system that features a 6.2-inch touchscreen display, HD Radio, Bluetooth telephone and audio connectivity, a USB port, and an aux jack.

If you want one, you're going to need to act fast to get either car, as Subaru is offering just 700 examples of the WRX STI and 500 of the BRZ.


Follow Motor Authority on FacebookTwitter, and Google+.