New cars at the Japanese automaker’s 2017 Tokyo Auto Show will come with higher prices, and they’ll have fewer of them to start with.
That’s according to the JDM Show’s sales manager, Takashi Takahashi, who revealed on Monday that the 2018 JDM 1 and 2019 JDM 2 will cost an average of 7.3% more than the models they replaced.
The new models will start out at a total price of 9,000 yen (US$11,050), or $2,300, more than their predecessors, according to a press release.
That will jump to 13,500 yen ($2,800) for the 2019 model, and 18,500 ($3,100) for both the 2018 and 2019 models, and the 2019 models will be equipped with all-wheel drive.
The 2019 model will be powered by a 1.6-liter engine that produces 335 hp and 329 lb-ft of torque.
Takahashi says the 2019 JDF 1 will have the same engine, but the 2019 2 will be a twin-turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four with 275 hp and 288 lb-f of torque, and it will be the first model to come with a turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine that can produce an extra 935 hp and 930 lb-t.
The 2018 JDF 2 will also have a turbocharging option that will give it an extra 1,200 hp and 900 lb-feet of torque (the same engine in the 2020 model), and the 2018 1 will come equipped with a twin turbocharger with 305 hp and 325 lb-fts of torque in a four-cylinder.
Both the 2019 and 2018 models will have a base price of 2,500 ($4,200) and 3,000 ($6,400), respectively, according the JDF Show’s website.
The 2017 model will also get an upgraded exterior design that includes a new grille and LED headlights, as well as a redesigned interior.
Takashi also said the 2019 lineup will feature a few new models, including a refreshed version of the JDX sport wagon.
The car will be available in four trim levels, starting at 3,700 yen (about $42,000), and comes with four doors and a manual transmission.
The next model in the line is the JDT 1 sports wagon, which will come in a 4-door model that comes with a manual, and a 5-door sport wagon that comes equipped with both a manual and a four speed automatic transmission.
Takashi also said there will be two versions of the 2019 1 that will come pre-installed with both automatic and automatic transmissions, and that there will also be two different versions of JDT 2 that will feature an all-electric drivetrain.
The JDT models will come standard with a seven-speed manual transmission, and there will even be a six-speed automatic transmission available in the 2019 version.
The only two models on the lineup that will not have an all electric drivetrain are the JD models that will have an electric drivetrains.
Takamoto said the 2018 models would have an eight-speed, six-cylinders engine with 300 hp and 315 lb-lbs of torque with a combined output of 300 hp at 6,000 rpm and 325 hp at 8,000.
The model with an electric motor will come to Japan in 2019, while the JDL 1 electric model will debut in Japan in 2020.