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18:21  05 february  2019
18:21  05 february  2019 Source:   motortrend.com

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Cool Stuff. home news 2020 Subaru Legacy Looks Pretty Sedate . Subaru recently previewed the Legacy 's new vertical-oriented touchscreen. Although many controls can be found on the touchscreen, buyers will appreciate that there are still physical knobs to control the volume, tune through radio

Similar from the Web. 2020 Subaru Legacy Looks Pretty Sedate - Motor Trend. Subaru has teased its next-generation Legacy again, and The architecture has been developed to reduce development time and expenses for new vehicles. Translation: expect a lot of future Subarus to share the global.

2020 Subaru Legacy Looks Pretty Sedate© Motor Trend Staff 2020 Subaru Legacy teaser

Subaru has teased its next-generation Legacy again, and this time it's showing off the exterior. Based on this shadowy image, we can tell the midsize sedan will stick to a conservative appearance.

The headlamps have changed slightly, and the daytime running lights now take on a "D" shape. The side mirrors have been moved from the door skins to the A-pillar, and the taillights have been updated. Subaru doesn't take big design risks, so we're not surprised the new Legacy looks business as usual. We'll have to leave the emotional appeal to the Mazda6 and Toyota Camry.

The New 2020 Subaru Legacy Debuts Next Week and Has a Big Touchscreen

The New 2020 Subaru Legacy Debuts Next Week and Has a Big Touchscreen The redesigned all-wheel-drive sedan will arrive at the Chicago auto show.

Is the 2020 Subaru Legacy refreshing or revolting? We take a look at the subtle design changes, and you decide. The model sits on a new platform and features new technologies, but the exterior design changes are pretty minimal. That's not surprising given Subaru 's conservative attitude toward vehicle

The 2020 Legacy features a version of Subaru 's global platform, updated with 13 percent more high-strength steel, more structural adhesives, and a floor crossmember filled with a rigid yet lightweight foam material. 2020 Subaru Legacy Looks Pretty Sedate . Kelly Lin | Feb 1, 2019.

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2020 Subaru Legacy Looks Pretty Sedate© Motor Trend Staff 2020 Subaru Legacy screen

Subaru recently previewed the Legacy's new vertical-oriented touchscreen. Although many controls can be found on the touchscreen, buyers will appreciate that there are still physical knobs to control the volume, tune through radio stations, and adjust the temperature.

Expect the 2020 Legacy to sit on the new Subaru Global Platform. Subaru hasn't announced engine options on the Legacy, but the automaker will likely get rid of the 3.6-liter boxer-six that currently serves as the upgraded engine. It could replace this unit with a 2.4-liter turbocharged boxer-four like the one in the Ascent SUV.

The 2020 Subaru Legacy will debut at the Chicago Auto Show on February 7.

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