Polestar unveiled this Tuesday (7) the first official photo of its SUV 3 game openly. The model, which features a coupe and crossover elements, will be unveiled in October this year, with production set to begin in early 2023.
Many of the Polestar style tips are available in 3: Y-shaped LED lights, yellow brake brackets, rotating headlights and a small corner section. The silhouette of the new SUV, however, is completely new: it is more closely related to the upcoming Polestar 5 Grand Tourer – a picture that was also released this week – rather than 2.
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Panoramic glass roof panel on 3 arches gently backwards, passing under a prominent rear spoiler. At first glance, the aerodynamic package of an SUV looks very large, if you count, with the spoiler, the vents on the front edge of the bonnet and the wide contours on the back.
By the way, aerodynamic efficiency will be crucial in bringing the Polestar 3 to a distance of 595 kilometers, as promised by a Swedish automaker, such as a “large battery” of unknown capacity. The company did not provide technical details about the electric train, but confirmed that the model would reflect the “high quality” sensor LiDAR created by its partner Luminar, as well as the state-of-the-art software provided by the major company.Nvidia technology.
“The Polestar 3 is an electric SUV,” said Swedish automotive company chief Thomas Ingenlath in a press release. “Our design identity is changing with this great luxury electric car, with a strong and personal brand. With this car, we are returning the ‘sport’ to the SUV while focusing on the basics of our performance.
Polestar wants to sell 290,000 cars by the end of 2025
The Polestar 3 will be followed by a small crossover in 2024, while the 5 Grand Tourer will enter production from 2025. For this, the Swedish automaker plans to increase its sales figures from 29,000 in 2021 to 290 000 by the end of 2021. of 2025.
Polestar unveiled the first official photo on December 3 last year – still hidden – showing more details of its third model and giving a clear indication of its overall size. Earlier this year, Ingenlath told British Autocar magazine that all three models would have two rows of seats, not three, and two versions – one engine and twin engines – would go on sale.
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