The upcoming Polestar 5 prototype will make its dynamic debut at the Goodwood Speed Festival. The production version of the 2020 Precept concept has been officially previewed with sketches and renderings, but this true-size prototype will be unveiled to the public for the first time before it goes on the market in 2024.
The announcement includes an existing photo gallery of the camouflage prototype. The test vehicle is covered in white and gray packaging and body covers, but the soft curves of the final product are easily distinguishable. However, it is clear that its industrial lighting fixtures are not worn out, and the bolts on the front bumper have bolts that indicate that it is still being completed.
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In addition to the external images, we also see the control panel of the prototype. Like the appearance, it is incomplete, with no cladding and exposed components. However, it gives us a good idea of the interior design of the Polestar 5, which opens with a new steering wheel, a high-installed center tunnel and a cluster of idle digital instruments and a digital cockpit with a large informative entertainment touch screen in the portrait. orientation.
The prototype climbs to the ceiling and competes on several discs, then it is placed on the first look paddock, which allows you to take a closer look at the people around. Thomas Ingenlat, CEO of Polestar, said: “Goodwood is our favorite place to show off our cars to enthusiasts. This year we are happy to show that the Polestar 5 will be on the roof! Our UK research and development team is doing a great job in machine building and we are proud to be able to celebrate their hard work at this early stage. ”
Recently, the production design of the Polestar 5 was published in patent drawings, which confirms what we know from official teasers. The four-door GT features split LED headlights, full-width taillights and an aerodynamic silhouette with a clean surface. Polestar 5 is based on a connected aluminum platform developed by the R&D team of Polestar in Coventry, UK. According to Polestar, the custom-made architecture allows the weight of the white body to be reduced compared to cars in the smaller segment, but at the same time its torsion stiffness is higher than that of a two-seater sports car or supercar.
In addition to the Polestar 5 prototype, the Swedish automaker will have a performance-focused Polestar 2 BST edition 270, as well as the original Precept concept, the recently unveiled O2 roadster concept and the Polestar 2.
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