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The official unveiling doesn't take place until later this afternoon, but Subaru has already released the details on the Legacy Concept it's introducing this year at Detroit. We only have the head-on shot at the moment, but what you're seeing here is likely the new face of the Legacy, complete with funky-shaped headlamp lenses and a trapezoidal theme to the prow. According to Subaru's, that paint color is called "Ultimate Silver" and the overall design theme is "High Definition," for what that's worth. Power comes from the automaker's 3.6L six-cylinder boxer mated, of course, to an AWD system.

Inside, the show car is apparently a technology carnival, with a multitude of displays available to the four occupants, including the driver. The main console gets a miltifunction touchscreen control-it-all device, and those teensy side mirrors house cameras, which presumably display the view aft on the in-car television studio available to the driver. We'll update the gallery as soon as we get more photos, and we'll have all kinds of firsthand commentary after the sheet gets pulled off the car at 4:40 PM eastern. Until then, Subaru's PR is pasted after the jump.

Gallery: Detroit 2009: Subaru Legacy Concept


Gallery: Subaru Legacy Concept


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