Polestar 4 debuts in Shanghai

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The Polestar 4 is a sleek SUV coupe, built on Geely architecture, which ditches the rear window and takes cues from the Precept concept 

Standing on a stage amidst thousands of red tulips, Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath unveiled the brand’s newest vehicle at the Auto Shanghai, the biennial show that is Asia’s — and arguable one of the world’s — most important motor shows. 

The Polestar 4 is an SUV coupe built on Geely’s Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA), enabling a nearly three-metre wheelbase and a super fast silhouette. “Rather than simply modifying an existing SUV, giving it a faster roofline and as a result, compromising elements like rear headroom and comfort, we have designed Polestar 4 from the ground up as a new breed of SUV coupe that celebrates rear occupant comfort and experience,” Ingenlath said. 

With such a small lineup, Polestar has been deliberate and strategic with each model it brings to the market. “With that car there was a very clear brief, and the idea to differentiate it quite clearly from the 3 was very important from the start,” head of design Maximilian Missoni told us….

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