Ever since the Detroit Auto Show, Subaru has been showing off the Legacy Concept wherever it can. It could be that Subaru is proud of the distinctive sedan, or that it’s still waiting to partner with Toyota for a coupe. Either way the production car should be finally revealed soon.
It’s likely we’ll see the new sedan at the New York Auto Show in April. It should carry much of the concept’s styling, just with some production-ready features, like proper side mirrors. It may even keep the 3.6-liter boxer engine borrowed from the Tribeca. Subaru’s bread-n-butter sedan should be on the roads by this summer, with a wagon version to follow shortly.