Subaru is going to use the LA Auto Show to show off the next-generation Legacy in real-life. Well, in concept form.
The Legacy is a mid-sized four-door with coupe-styling that is based on the Viziv concept. It has futuristic headlights, a hexagonal front grille and some chrome finishing. On the sides, Subaru has added muscular wheel arches, new mirrors, and a smooth look for the rear doors as the door handles are missing. The rear has new C-shaped taillights.
Although imagines of the interior were not released, Subaru noted that it can indeed host four people on the brown leather upholstery. There will also be a multi-function screen that can be controlled by a smartphone or tablet.
What will drive the new Legacy has not been revealed, however basing on the fact that there is no exhaust pipe, it could be an electric car. What was mentioned, though, was that it will have all-wheel-drive and an EyeSight advanced driving assistance system.
More details to follow, at the LA Auto Show.