Hold on to your cardigans! The next-generation Honda Legend has been snapped at the Busan Auto Show in South Korea, revealing a shape that is both pleasant and inoffensive - much like the middle-class retirees that are most likely to buy one.
I kid, I kid, old people are cool and this facelifted Legend adds a sense of dynamicism that was lacking in its sleek-but-uninspiring predecessor. The engine is expected to be the same 3.5-litre V6 as the new Accord, which will bring with it the same fuel-saving Variable Cylinder Management system to curb the car's thirst during cruising. Drivetrain layout is still a bit of a mystery, but don't be surprised if the same SH-AWD system that underpins the outgoing model makes a comeback with this one. Being Honda's premium sedan, you can also expect generous lashings of luxury and some high-tech gizmos too.
As for us? We'll wait for the Mugen version, thanks.