Polestar said the Polestar 4 will have the aerodynamics of a coupe and the space of an SUV.
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Another new model from Polestar is coming, as the official debut of the Polestar 3 in China is just less than a month ago.
The all-electric high-performance SUV Polestar 4 will make its global debut on April 18, the first day of the Shanghai auto show, the premium electric vehicle maker owned by Geely and Volvo Cars announced on April 11.
The upcoming biennial Shanghai auto show will be held from April 18-27, with press days from April 18-19, professional visitor days from April 20-21, and general public access from April 22-27.
Polestar's booth at the Shanghai auto show is located in Hall 6.2, and the company will hold a press conference on April 18 from 9:20 to 9:40.
The Polestar 4 will be the latest addition to Polestar's product family and will have the aerodynamics of a coupe and the space of an SUV, the company said.
"Polestar 4 is not simply a modified version of our first SUV. Instead, we reconsidered the entire design to create a new breed of SUV coupé," said Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO.
The Polestar 4 is derived from Polestar's Precept concept design ideas and will have new technology, the company said.
Polestar did not reveal any more information about the Polestar 4. It will present the Polestar 3 at the Shanghai auto show as well as the 2024 Polestar 2.
Polestar was founded in 2017 by Volvo and Geely, and the first product, the Polestar 1, was only available in limited numbers and has been discontinued.
The Polestar 2, which will be officially delivered in 2020, is considered the brand's first real production model on sale, although the model has not been well received in China.
On October 12, 2022, the Polestar 3 SUV made its global debut, when Polestar announced two versions with starting prices in China of RMB 880,000 ($127,770) and RMB 1,030,000, respectively.
On March 17, Polestar officially unveiled the Polestar 3 in China, with a price reduction of nearly RMB 200,000 from the model's international debut last year.
($1 = RMB 6.8873)