Polestar 4 is an electric performance SUV coupé. It is positioned between Polestar 2 and Polestar 3 in terms of size and price.
Polestar 4 has a charging speed of up to 200 kW on DC and up to 22 kW on AC, with up to 11 kW as standard.
It takes 30 minutes to charge the Polestar 4 battery from 10% to 80%, using a 200 kW rapid DC charging.¹
The dual motor Polestar 4 can reach 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds.¹
Polestar 4 is manufactured in Hangzhou Bay in China. Production for Chinese and North American orders started at the end of 2023. Production for European and Asia Pacific markets is expected to begin in Q2 2024.
Yes. Polestar 4 is 100% designed in-house by Polestar.
The absence of a rear window was a design feature first unveiled in the Precept concept car, and it is now implemented in the Polestar 4.
The rear-view mirror has been replaced by a high-definition screen that displays a live camera feed from the car's roof. This system gives the driver an expansive rearward view, with no headrests or passengers in the way – a key advantage over conventional mirrors. This screen can also be switched to a traditional mirror mode if the driver wants to check on the rear occupants. While it might require a bit of adjustment, drivers find it quickly becomes second nature to use.
By eliminating the rear window, we were also able to extend the rear header and expand the panoramic glass roof behind the rear passengers. This creates an incredibly spacious and bright interior environment, enhancing headroom and overall comfort.
Absolutely, the rear luggage compartment of the Polestar 4 provides ample space for a dog or other pet.
If additional light is desired, the divider shelf behind the rear seats can be removed. The seats can also be folded in a 60/40 configuration, allowing more light from the main cabin to illuminate the luggage compartment.
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