The fastest Polestar production car to date!
Polestar naming conventions are release numbers, reflecting a historical rather than size relationship. The newly introduced Polestar 4 sits between the Polestar 2 and 3 in terms of size and price.
With new and innovative design from the ground up, the Polestar 4 transforms the aerodynamic sleek styling of a performance coupé into functional comfort for rear occupants.
Polestar are aiming for a unique immersive in-vehicle experience, eliminating the rear window but providing a standard full length glass roof that stretches beyond rear occupant heads.
The optional electrochromic functionality seems like a must for Australia sun!
The intent is to deliver a true sense of spaciousness. The Polestar 4 is a De-sgement SUV coupe with a long, large body.
The wheelbase is 2,999mm; the overall length is 4,839 mm, width is 2,139 mm and height is 1,544 mm.
The resulting interior space is sufficient to permit reclining rear seats. Rear occupants also get a secondary media and climate control screen to participate in their own comfort settings.
Polestar continue to replace traditional materials with more circular and low-carbon options included with greater recyclability for improved lifecycle management.
The use of recycled PET and even reclaimed fishing nets for interior carpets and trim demonstrates that there is no need for 100% virgin plastic or traditional fossil fuel based vinyl to craft a luxurious cocoon of soft touch, good looking style.
Polestar 4 is the fastest production car the brand has developed to date.
The 0-100 km/h sprint can be completed in just 3.8 seconds (indicative) and maximum power output is 400 kW (544 hp). Motors are of a permanent magnet, synchronous design.
A 102 kWh battery is fitted to both long-range versions. The Long range Dual motor features 400 kW (544 hp), 686 Nm and a preliminary range target of up to 560 km WLTP.
Polestar are targeting release in Asia-Pacific in early 2024.
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