Only a limited number of reservations will be accepted, accompanied by a refundable $250 reservation fee, Subaru said. The reservation will allow customers to pick their preferred retailer, a trim level and color. Final orders, pricing, financing and availability will have to be agreed upon with their dealer between April and May, subject to the announcement of the Solterra's final pricing, Subaru said. Vehicle deliveries would begin in the summer.
The Solterra is being built in Japan by Toyota alongside the larger automaker's new bZ4X crossover, which is also due in the U.S. this summer.