The third all-ev model from the brand should sell well, even in a crowded segment.
Photographers recently captured images of the Polestar 4 as the company was testing the vehicle on public roads in Europe. The fourth model (the name makes sense, right?) and third all-ev offering from the company is being described as a 'SUV Coupe', expected to officially launch later this year.
There are not many details about the vehicle available yet, but here's what we know so far.
The vehicle will be positioned between the Polestar 2 and Polestar 3 vehicles with a higher ground clearance than the Polestar 2, while being shorter and have a smaller interior than the Polestar 3.
The small SUV space is crowded, but the Polestar 4 should do well against the likes of the Kia EV6 GT, Tesla Model Y, and upcoming Porsche Macan EV.
According to AutoCar, Polestar boss Thomas Inglenlath previously positioned the 4 as the SUV sibling to the 2 but suggested it would offer comparable utility to the larger 3, saying:
“This car is slightly smaller [than the 3], but we will not compromise much on the interior length. It's slightly more ground-hugging and has a bit more of a coupé type of roofline."
Autocar says the latest internal projections have the Polestar 4 costing between £49,000 and £66,000, which converts to roughly $60,000-$80,000. That would put the Polestar 4 directly in the gap between the Polestar 3 and the Polestar 2.
The Polestar 4 is expected to start production in China later this year alongside other vehicles from the Geely group and will share the same PMA1 vehicle platform as the Zeekr 001.
The company hasn't released official specifications, but if the Polestar 4 will be anything like the other vehicles from the brand, it will likely offer RWD and AWD powertrain choices with as much as 546hp in top spec.
This is one we can't wait to see.