Subaru Legacy Concept Photo Gallery (20 Photos)

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The current-generation of the Legacy is far from exciting looking, but it appears that Subaru just might be injecting a little excitement into the midsize sedan's styling, especially since Subaru said the concept "provides a look at the styling cues for future Legacy models." The Subaru Legacy Concept debuted today at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show with a cab-forward profile, coupelike rear end and imposing grille.

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How close will it be to the inevitable production version? The Japanese automaker is no stranger to thinly veiled production cars. In fact, Subaru debuted a close-to-production concept version of the current Legacy at the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Check out the gallery below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Subaru Legacy Concept

Comments 

Infosaur

It's no secret that I like those [[ taillights ]].

But can they actually pull them off in production? (they didn't on the Imprezza)

Also wonder how that slick C pillar will translate to the inevitable wagon version.

hellomoto

I love that dash and center console!

Tony

Ford is probably scratching their heads about front of this Subaru

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