AutoComplete: Subaru is bringing a new Outback to New York
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Listen up, Subaru faithful, and get hyped because the folks from Fuji Heavy Industries are getting ready to bless you all with a brand new Outback model.
This 2020 Subaru Outback will make its global debut next week during the New York Auto Show, and while Subaru has been light on the facts and figures so far, we're betting it's a taller Legacy in wagon form, because duh, of course it is.
Say what you will about continuation model classic cars, but we think it's an awesome trend that needs to continue.
Aston Martin has already done the continuation thing with the DB4 GT, but this time it's going totally crazy and recreating the DB4 GT Zagato.
Also known as one of the best-looking cars of the 1960s.
And it's selling as a package deal with the DBS Zagato.
How much will that cost?
Try around 8 million bucks, but it's totally worth it, in our opinion.
Bentley's new Continental GT is a real looker, in our book.
But the Flying-V sedans are, by comparison, a bunch of frumpkins.
Thankfully, Bentley is trickling the Continental's new handsome styling design language down to its sedans and the first model to be so blessed is the upcoming Flying Spur.
The teaser images that Bentley released don't tell us an awful lot, but we're excited to see this thing when it gets debuted later this year.
I have more on these stories over at TheRoadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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