A few weeks after teasing us with a top-view of its rear fascia, Polestar has now dropped another teaser image revealing the entire top of the upcoming Polestar 2 sedan. The car is widely speculated to be revealed in its entirety in the coming few weeks at the Geneva Motor Show.
The top-down view of the car, suggests that it will be a four-door model with a fastback shape. Similar to most of the modern cars these days, the new Polestar 2 will also feature taillights that stretch through the length of the rear while the roof seems to be one large panel of glass.
The top-down view of the car, suggests that it will be a four-door model in a fastback configuration.
The second iteration of the company will pose as a competition for the Tesla 3. The Swedish company claims to offer 400hp on tap with a maximum range of 482 miles. More details on the car will be revealed closer to the launch of the car.
The Polestar 2 will be unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show in March. The vehicle is also reportedly the first example to use a new Android-based infotainment system that will be carried forward in future Polestar and Volvo cars. While the Polestar 1 was branded as the company’s halo car with prices starting from $155,000, the Polestar 2 will be a much more attainable car.
Polestar has suggested that the upcoming Polestar 2 will be priced similar to that Tesla Model 3 which suggests a $40,000 bracket.
The vehicle is also reportedly the first example to use a new Android-based infotainment system that will be carried forward in future Polestar and Volvo cars.
While the previous teaser image did not reveal much, we could point out a few interesting design details that we can glean. For starters, it was seen that the car will have a sleek fastback shape. The trunk lid as we saw was very short with the rear window coming almost to the edge. Additionally, the rear window seemed to lean way forward and looks close to flat in the teaser.
Polestar doesn’t plan to have traditional dealerships. Instead, it will have smaller gallery-style showrooms called Polestar Spaces, though these will be independently owned and run.