The new image shows the upcoming Polestar 3, 4 and 5 electric cars. A prototype of the Polestar 5 will also be shown soon during the engine event.
Polestar is working fineAnd the Judging from their own numbers. This year, the Volvo Cars-owned manufacturer received more than 32,000 customer orders for the Polestar 2 electric vehicle, an increase of 290 percent over last year.
This is probably due to the fact that it has expanded its operations into many new markets recently. Polestar will now be available in 25 markets with a total of 130 retail outlets.
But one is very bad Of course, the typical software that Polestar has today is not suitable for the company, which has not completed its planned listing in the USA via the so-called SPAC company. No, there will be more electric cars than just the Polestar 2.
In October, the large coupe Polestar 3 will be launched and we have already seen the car in profile. This is a sporty sibling to Volvo’s upcoming XC90 electric successor Embla, which Polestar hopes will have a range of more than 60 miles on the WLTP driving cycle. That number should apply with all-wheel drive and the “big” battery pack, and more variants may follow.
Polestar 4 is still hidden under a curtain in the new image.
After 3, 4 follows It will be launched in 2023. In the new photo above, it is hidden under a curtain. Like the Polestar 3, it’s an SUV coupe, albeit with a smaller size. Recharge previously managed to release images of a suspected test mule for a model that appears to be based on the Volvo XC40. However, according to the information, the Polestar 4 will be based on the SEA platform for the electric car developed by Geely, which so far has only been used in the exclusive Zeekr 001 model in China.
Polestar 5 prototype shown on Goodwood
The Polestar 5’s rear window isn’t supposed to be very useful, but we can expect to solve this problem with a reverse cam.
go June 23 Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, England. Then Polestar will show a prototype of the Polestar 5, which was also developed in the UK. The base is an all-new aluminum platform and based on what the manufacturer mentioned in its stock prospectus earlier, we can expect a real power pack to power the battle with Porsche.
The Poledar 5 sports car prototype will be shown, convincingly, here at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
CEO Thomas Enginlat says the reason Goodwood is where Polestar is showing a 5 simple prototype:
Goodwood is our favorite place to display our cars in a spirited environment. This year we are looking forward to showing the Polestar 5. Our British R&D team is doing a fantastic job developing the car and we are proud to be able to show their hard work at such an early stage, the former Volvo designer comments.
5 is really A further development of the Polestar Precept concept car which was first shown in 2020. The path from concept to production car, Polestar has produced a documentary series on the so-called “Polestar Precept: From Concept to Car”. The sixth part of the series was recently launched, related to the interior design of the car:
In addition to the Polestar 5 prototype, the iconic Polestar O2 sports car concept and the special edition Polestar 2 BST Edition 270 will also be on display at the Goodwood Festival, which runs all weekend until Sunday, June 26.
In the latter case, it is a custom-built version of the Polestar 2 long-range dual-engine with a Performance package that is limited to just 270 units globally, of which 20 will be sold in Sweden. Interestingly enough, Polestar debuted the Polestar 2 “The Beast” concept on which the BST Edition 270 is based at last year’s Goodwood Festival. Later we also got to drive a similar model car at the Gotland Ring.
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