They officially open at noon ET today.
Subaru also announces its partnership with EVgo.
The reservation fee is a refundable $250.
Subaru’s first-ever all-electric vehicle should be a popular option for EV buyers. The Solterra, developed in conjunction with Toyota, will appeal to Subaru enthusiasts who’ve come to appreciate the Japanese automaker’s unique design attribute and rugged nature.
Built on the new e-Subaru Global Platform, the Solterra is aimed at compact SUV buyers who desire space and capability. Unlike all other Subaru products, the Solterra will be available as standard with a front-mounted electric motor (FWD, not AWD). The reason for this offering will be a lower entry price point. Obviously, a dual-motor layout for AWD performance will be optional.
If you are interested in reserving a new 2023 Subaru Solterra, at noon Eastern today, Subaru will open their online reservation website. The sign-up process will be simple and require a $250 refundable deposit.
At the moment, final orders, pricing, and availability will be determined between April and May 2022. Deliveries are expected to being this summer and, unlike some EVs, the Solterra will be sold in all 50 states.