AutoComplete: Subaru is teasing a new Legacy and it's got a big ol' screen
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Subaru is teasing us with images of a new Legacy which is supposed to debut at the Chicago Auto Show in a few weeks which is plenty exciting all by itself.
But what really pushes it over the top is the giant vertically oriented screen on the dash a la Ram 1500 or Tesla Model S.
This is a massive change for Subaru and if they can get a halfway decent infotainment interface cooked up, the new Legacy could be something worth writing home about.
Way back at the beginning of time, Dodge decided to start giving its muscle cars crazy bright colors with equally crazy names like Plumb Crazy or Go Mango.
It's brought some of these colors back over the years and the latest to get the Lazarus treatment is the eye-scorching green known as Sublime.
The folks at Dodge are debuting the resurrected color at the Chicago Auto Show alongside an also newlyish resurrected Challenger TA trim.
The combination of the two which hasn't been seen since the 1970s.
So it turns out that people are really into mid sized pickups again and as such the hype around the new Ford Ranger is palpable.
Ford is realizing this and has just gone ahead and sent production into overtime to meet expected demand.
So if you've been thinking of getting a new Ranger, and according to our own resident truck fanatic, Emmy Hall, you should, it's gonna be a lot easier to find one.
Find more on these stories over at the RoadShow.com.
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