Polestar 4: EV Speed Record Set on Apr 18, 2024

Polestar Unveiling All-Electric SUV Coupe at Shanghai Auto Show

Polestar will introduce their third EV, named Polestar 4, on April 18th 2023 at the Shanghai motor show.

Expected to be slightly smaller and more aerodynamic than the Polestar 3 mid-size electric SUV, the Polestar 4 is said to unite the streamlined shape of a coupe with the roominess of an SUV “in a package improved by modern technology.” This new car is anticipated to provide a unique combination of performance, comfort and style.

The entirely electric SUV coupe is poised to also be the quickest Polestar creation car thus far. Despite the fact that no specs were divulged by the EV performance brand, it can be presumed that the Polestar 4 could reach 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in under four seconds; taking into account that the Polestar 2 BST edition 230 achieved this in an impressive 4.4 seconds.

Polestar declares that the 4 will feature design characteristics and promote eco-friendly improvements which had firstly been revealed in its concept vehicles.

“Polestar 4 is not simply a tweaked edition of our inaugural SUV,” declared Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO. “Rather, we re-envisioned the entire design to create a new type of SUV coupé.”

Swedish manufacturer Polestar has put out a promotional image to go along with their announcement, offering us an initial look at what the front end of the automobile looks like. In particular, the headlights resemblances those on the Polestar 3 and the bonnet features crisp lines down each side.

At the Shanghai event, those attending can view the all-new Polestar 4, as well as the debut showing of the refreshed Polestar 3 and the recently updated Polestar 2. It will be the first time these models have been presented to a Chinese audience.

Polestar desires to have a flourishing SUV range, projecting the manufacture of more than 160,000 SUVs annually by 2025, the majority of which will be sold in the United States. Particularly for the model Polestar 4, the corporation anticipates to market 43,000 units around the world in 2024, followed by 79,000 vehicles in 2025.

The competitive electric sport-utility coupe is anticipated to pose a challenge to the forthcoming Porsche Macan EV. Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath declared in 2021 that the Polestar 4 should sell at an approximated price of around $60,000 (55,000 euros).

In view of its cost and size, the Polestar 4 is likely to set out to rival the Tesla Model Y and be the leading product of the brand by the middle of the decade, surpassing the effects of the Polestar 2. Supposedly, the Polestar 4’s manufacturing should start in China by the end of 2023.

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