Subaru’s Legacy sedan will sport a new frontend look for the 2023 model year, along with boasting a suite of new features.

The new Legacy will be offered in five trims, each of which benefits from the new look and an updated list of safety and comfort enhancements. Those trims include the Base, Premium, Sport, Limited, and Touring XT.

The biggest change might just be the grille, incorporating a more prominent design which cuts outwards into the headlights. Those headlights are also new, now LED, along with the fog lights. The new look is said to be a continuation of the automaker’s “Dynamic X Solid” philosophy; the Legacy shows that through a lower, wider stance.

Interior variations include bolder character lines traveling front the center stack to the door panels, said to create a more “open environment.” In the center of it all is an available 11.6-inch tablet-style infotainment system (dual 7.0-inch on base models). Seating is crafted via new Slate Black Nappa leather and silver stitching on the top-trim Touring XT.

Safety upgrades come by way of Subaru's latest EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, now standard on all models. The Touring XT is equipped with a new Wide-Angle Mono Camera to give the vehicle better… eyesight, meaning pedestrians can be spotted sooner. When necessary, the EyeSight system can apply the brakes to avoid collisions. Other additional safety features include “DriverFocus” Distraction Mitigation, standard on the Sport and Touring XT model, as well as Reverse Automatic Braking and EyeSight Assist Monitor with heads-up display.

Speaking of, the Sport trim will receive the Touring XT’s 2.4-liter turbocharged BOXER 4-cylinder engine, capable of 260 horsepower and 277 lb-ft of torque. All other models utilize a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, good for 182 horsepower and 176 lb-ft of torque.

The 2023 Subaru Legacy is to be built at the Subaru of Indiana Automotive plant in Lafayette, Indiana, alongside the Ascent, Impreza, and Outback.