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No rear window for all-new Polestar 4

 Published 8th April 2024
Driver Guides  Electric Vehicles  New Launches 

The Polestar 4 is now available to lease with first deliveries expected in the autumn.

The new SUV coupe is designed to sit between the Polestar 2 and Polestar 3 in terms of size and price and combine the aerodynamics of a coupe and the space of an SUV.

Its design stays true to the promise of the Precept concept car to reflect Polestar’s focus on being a design-driven brand, which in this case involves removing the rear window for what the manufacturer calls “a new kind of immersive rear occupant experience”.

At the front, the focus is on aerodynamic efficiency with a low nose and retractable door handles.

Inside, removing the rear window means the standard full-length glass roof stretches beyond the rear occupants’ heads, with plenty of headroom, while there are also reclining rear seats.

The rear-view mirror is replaced by a high-definition screen that shows a real-time feed from a roof-mounted camera, giving a wider view unrestricted by rear pillars. The digital feed can also be deactivated.

new Polestar 4

There is a 15.4-inch landscape-oriented screen for managing infotainment with Google built-in and a Harman Kardon audio system with 12 speakers. Clever features include ambient lighting that can be changed using pre-set configurations based on the solar system.

Among a wealth of safety systems are a camera that alerts the driver if it identifies fatigue and a head-up display.

Polestar 4 is also the brand’s fastest production car, with the most powerful 544hp model reaching 62mph from a standstill in 3.8 seconds.

A 100kWh battery will power single and dual motor versions, offering up to 380 miles of range, with capability to recharge at up to 200kW.

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