While the Levorg Concept will preview the next-generation Legacy wagon at the Tokyo Motor Show, LA Auto Show-goers will get to see the Subaru Legacy Concept. You guessed it, this one hints at the sedan version of Subaru’s upcoming sixth-gen flagship model.

Described as a “dynamic, secure and practical saloon car,” the Legacy Concept gets a sleek side profile with coupe-like proportions. At the front lies a large hexagonal grille that Subaru claims debuted on the VIZIV Concept, though we distinctly remember seeing it on the Advanced Tourer Concept two years ago.


Subaru’s trademark all-wheel drive system is present under the sheet metal, connected to a driver-focused cockpit on the inside. There’s a smartphone-like centre console and instrument panel (think large touchscreen panels) that stretch over to the rear cabin. The four seats are wrapped in brown leather upholstery with blue accents.

Like the way it looks? Don’t get too excited yet, though, as Subaru is known to water down their concept vehicles when it comes to production models. Remember the stunning WRX Concept from early this year? Spyshots of the production-bound version have not been promising, and don’t let us start on the current Impreza-previewing Impreza Design Concept from 2010.