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If there's one thing I have absolutely no problem owning, it's the fact I am "an interior guy.

" That's right, Spies. I care about the kind of space I'll be spending my time in when I am driving.

To me, it's more important than how fast a vehicle is.

Because of this I am sensitive to cabins. To me, there's certain automakers that do the job right and others who simply are phoning it in. And, to be honest, Subaru isn't one of better manufacturers when it comes to interior design. In fact, some of its products are just downright horror shows.

But it seems that's about to change. That's because Subaru will be introducing an all-new Legacy next week at the Chicago Auto Show. And it's not equipped with a center stack that looks straight out of 1999.

Instead it boasts a large screen a la Volvo's Sensus system. Clearly, it's Tesla inspired as it was the automaker that brought about this trend.

This leaves me wondering: If Subaru, of all manufacturers, has gotten onboard with the massive screen in the center stack, does that mean the jig is up for everyone? Should we all just get used to touch screens all over our next-generation vehicles?

What say you, Spies?











Now That Subaru Is Adopting Tesla's HUGE Screen In The Center Stack, Is The Jig Up For EVERYONE ELSE?

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