Subaru will unveil to the public the Legacy concept when it joins the 2009 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit this January.
The concept car will give car lovers a glimpse of what the car maker has stored for them when it comes to production in 2010. The car is being released in celebration of the 20th year of its production. The lines of the car will give it a stockier look and an aggressive stance compared to its older brothers. The new Legacy will have a sportier look achieved by flaring front fenders and a smaller front fascia.
The car manufacturer does not have a photo release of the interiors of the new Legacy as of press time but promised that it centers on providing a comfortable environment for the driver and for the other occupants through modern and innovative architecture.
The Subaru Legacy concept does not only boast of good exterior looks and fancy interiors but also of a good power plant under its hood. Bolted to this car is a 3.6L six cylinder boxer engine from the Tribeca. The production car though will not sport the same engine so buyers can expect a similar engine installed on the current Legacy.
The Legacy series entered the market in 1989 coming from Subaru’s assembly line in Gunma, Japan and its off shore factory in Lafayette, Indiana. The US production accounts for 43% of the volume.
The Legacy earns praises from car experts for its reliability and excellent performance on the road. The car also has excellent safety records coupled with its dependability that is attributed to the symmetrical all wheel drive system of Subaru.
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