A day after announcing its participation in the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Polestar has shared yet another image of its upcoming range, along with its outlook for the coming years. The image that was released by the company shows the upcoming new Polestar 3 SUV and Polestar 5 sedan, along with a covered car in the middle – the new 4 SUV-coupe.
In the latest image, while the car is hidden under wraps, the distinguishing coupe body style gives away the secret. In addition to this, there are a few other elements that reveal more about the car, including the rear shoulder line, high SUV stance, and cladding around the rear bumper & wheel arches. The Swedish manufacturer has announced that the car will arrive shortly after the debut of the 3 SUV in 2023. The sedan, on the other hand, will only arrive in 2024.
The image also reveals plenty about the Polestar 3 SUV, which is due for a launch globally next year. Like its stablemates, the Polestar 3 will have a full-width tail-lamp, with the roofline tapering in an almost coupe-like style towards the rear. It will have an upright tailgate, a tall ride height, and generous use of body cladding all around.
If the image is anything to go by, the Polestar 5 electric sedan looks close to production. The model rides quite high and seems to have interesting design elements, like the absence of a rear windshield. This could mean that the car may come with a camera-based IRVM. The rear bumper comes with a blacked-out lower section, with the lower lip finished in silver.
The company recently announced that the car was at an ‘advanced stage of production. It is most likely expected to make its debut in 2024, with a pre-production prototype that will be showcased at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Additionally, Polestar also announced that it was on track to meeting a few of its brand expansion goals, such as establishing a presence in 30 markets by the end of 2023.
The company also said that it is well ahead of its plans with its operations already in 25 countries.