One of the more interesting new models to debut at last month's Tokyo Motor Show was the Subaru Levorg sports estate, which while dubbed a concept, was as production ready as they get, something that the Japanese automaker itself admitted today via the release of pricing information on the car.
Offered only in Japan (at least for now), Subaru will begin accepting orders for the Levorg on January 4, 2014, with the first cars to arrive in the hands of their new owners in May and June, depending on the trim level.
The Levorg comes with a choice of two powertrains, a new 1.6-liter direct-injection turbocharged gasoline boxer engine pushing out 168hp (170PS) and a similar unit displacing 2.0-liters and a peak output of 296hp (300PS), with prices ranging from 2,667,600 to 3,564,000 Yen, or about US$25,700-US$34,300 at the current exchange rates.
At the upcoming 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon, Subaru will give prospective owners a look into some customization options for the Levorg with the unveiling of five prototypes, one of which will be prepared by Subaru itself, one by STI, and the rest from the company's tuning partners. The automaker has not released any photos of the new concepts.