The Polestar surprised as an attack on the 3rd, 4th and 5th models.
At one point, Polestar mocked the next 3, 4, and 5.
Although only one image is displayed, the teaser shows the backs of all three vehicles that start digitally.
From October 3, the crossover will be presented in October with a simplified design with flowing surfaces and drawn lines. Not much is said about the Polestar model, but we can see the flash-mounted door handles, muscular rear supports and dynamic greenhouse.
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They are combined with a plastic body and windshield, which flows on a sloping ceiling. We can also see the thin taillights and the air vents on the rear bumper. The previous teaser showed that the model will have T-shaped headlights, panoramic glass roof and an aerodynamic element in the hood.
Further, the Polestar 4 is a crossover coupe to be released in 2023 and is “one of the most competitive market segments in terms of demand, performance and design.” The company is a bit secretive about this model, as it is hidden under the sheet.
It is said that the 4 is much shorter than the 3 and the rear window is much more angular. We can also see the unique taillights and the shoulder line that effectively rotates the car. It is difficult to determine the details, but the packaging of the plastic case is visible from the sheet.
Last but not least, there are five prototypes to be considered at the Goodwood Speed Festival later this month. The model is now “at an advanced stage of development” and is scheduled to launch in 2024.
A few years ago, the model was previewed with the concept of Precept, and its back remains very faithful to the original. By the way, there are the necessary components, such as a rear bumper and diffuser, as well as reflectors.
The back doors for suicide have also been removed, and the sleek style has been significantly lowered. In the upcoming production model will look like ordinary mirrors and a larger greenhouse.
While Polestar didn’t say much about cars, Mike Whittington, the company’s head of global sales, said: “It’s exciting for the whole team to feel the growing momentum in our business.” He added: “… On the horizon of Polestar 3 and Polestar 4, we are ready to play a leading role in electrifying successful and large premium SUV segments. With the production capacity of these two electric vehicles, which is expected to exceed 160,000 vehicles per year, by 2025, we will be able to quickly scale and attract new customers to the brand.