Tuesday, November 23, 2021

2024 Polestar 5: new photos and video...





Polestar has just released a new video showcasing the process of turning the gorgeous Precept Concept from 2020 into the 2024 Polestar 5 sedan.
The video itself is full of the usual PR BS. And borderline obnoxious at times.
Of course, telling us in many ways how Polestar is such a special company, etc...
Basically, saving the world.

But the video does show a lot of the upcoming sedan. And it will look great.
Sure, the car is still at least 2 years away, but it already looks like what a second-generation Tesla Model S should look like. If Tesla ever redesigns it.
Although, by 2024, the Polestar 5 will also be competing with another great-looking EV sedan, the Audi  A6 e-Tron.
And probably others.

Since the Polestar 2 already starts at $46 000, the 5 won't be cheap. Probably also competing with lower-end Lucid Air models.

Before the 5, will see a Polestar 4 SUV. And a smaller Polestar 3 SUV.

It's kind of strange for them to show us the model that will come in a couple of years. While keeping the one that comes out next year a secret.


Here are all the Polestar models planned so far. 
The (Discontinued) Polestar 1, the 2 sedan. Then the 3,4 and 5.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What is Polestar? Is it Volvo or another Chinese knockoff?

FFEMT6 said...

Looks way too much like a Tesla, however EV's rely on aerodynamics and regen for maximum range and efficiency, which means at a certain point, all EVs start looking similar. Looking forward to seeing more of Polestar.

Anonymous said...

I would love it if GM would show the forthcoming vehicles of each of its four U.S. brands (Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC) under cloths and in a line of succession, like the one Polestar picture. It might remind older people of the days when the fall introductions of cars was a big deal, that dealers had the cars under cloths to keep them a surprise. For younger people, it would give them an idea of the basic shape of the future vehicles and allow them to debate what they might look like.

Anonymous said...

chinese genericism.