2020 Subaru Legacy Specs, Interior, Redesign & Updates
2020 Subaru Legacy Specs, Interior, Redesign & Updates | It’s already the seventh generation of the Subaru family sedan, which is still very wise in appearance. The most interesting is on board, with a neat presentation.
Very discreet on our roads, Subaru is a big player in the US market. The Japanese drove 680,000 cars across the Atlantic last year. No wonder then to see him present his big news in American Auto Show. He chose the Chicago show for the Debut of seventh generation Legacy.
The design remains very sober, not to mention great boredom. At the front, there is the hexagonal grille, but devoid of frame this time. The optics have a complicated cut, between the light signature which forms excrescences and the piece which leaves along the hood. The fires also have a very soft aspect. On the other hand, we like the chrome element in the mirrors, which merges elegantly with the outline of the glazing.
2020 Subaru Legacy Interior
Inside, there is a small side Volvo, with the center console a huge touch screen vertical, 11.6 inches. Not bad! Too bad Subaru did not think of 100% digital instrumentation. But a beautiful impression of quality emerges from this dashboard.
SUBARU STARLINK In-Vehicle Technology offers an integrated cockpit experience by allowing the driver to control entertainment and vehicle settings through a large touchscreen display.
All STARLINK multimedia systems for the 2020 Legacy offer a high-resolution touchscreen; new on-screen controls for audio, HVAC and vehicle features; combination meter integration; smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay™, Android™ Auto,
New STARLINK SmartDeviceLink™ apps; Bluetooth® hands-free phone and audio streaming connectivity; AM/FM stereo; Rear Vision Camera; SiriusXM® All Access Radio (4-month free subscription) and SiriusXM Travel Link® (3-year free subscription); HD Radio® and over-the-air updates as standard.
2020 Subaru Legacy Engine Specs
For the American market, the Legacy was announced with two Boxer four-cylinder engines: a 2.5 of 182 hp and a 2.4 turbo of 260 hp. These engines are associated with a CVT type box. The all-wheel drive, house specialty, is automatically installed. The Legacy is up-to-date on the driver’s side, with Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control or Fatigue Detector.