Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath in an interview with Car Magazine said the Polestar 4 will arrive in 2023 and is ready to compete with the Porsche Macan.
Ingenlath went on to say the Polestar 4 has a smaller design than the Polestar 3 and adopts a “more embracing” design with a “coupe-type roofline.”
Interestingly Thomas Ingenlath revealed the price of the Polestar 4 starting at $62,356. That’s a lot cheaper than the Polestar 3 at $85,031.
The Polestar 4 is expected to be Polestar’s best-selling vehicle and is built using the PMA platform, which is said to be a version of Geely’s Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA). As a result, the Polestar 4 will be manufactured at Geely’s Hangzhou Bay factory in China.
Polestar has been tight-lipped about the specs, but the 3 will be a two-row crossover slated to offer both single and dual-motor powertrains. This model also promises high tech as it will “offer autonomous highway trials powered by best-in-class LiDAR sensors from Luminar and centralized NVIDIA computing power.”