Polestar made a series of announcements and showcased its future innovation at the brands inaugural ‘Polestar Day’ held in Los Angeles, California.
Polestar’s full range of future models was exhibited together for the first time, including Polestar 3, Polestar 4, Polestar 5, Polestar Precept, the Polestar Electric Roadster Concept and Polestar Synergy. Guests were able to test drive the latest MY24 Polestar 2, as well as ride in Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 development prototypes with Polestar engineers and experts.
Polestar was joined at the event by executives from strategic partners including Bcomp, Göteborg Energi, Luminar, Mobileye and StoreDot. The Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer has partnered with StoreDot, the extreme fast charging brand, to develop a prototype Polestar 5 with ‘XFC’ in 2024.
Last week, Polestar also announced plans to expand its manufacturing footprint, with production of the Polestar 4 to begin in South Korea in 2025.
Mobileye and Luminar are also joining forces to bring LiDAR to the Polestar 4 to enable Mobileye Chauffeur autonomous driving functionality in the future.
Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO, said: “Polestar Day provides substantial insight into our products and the innovations we are working on together with global leaders in various fields to bring the best electric performance cars to market. We are progressing from having one car on the roads – Polestar 2 – to having three, with the ongoing launches of our two SUVs, Polestar 3 and Polestar 4. The coming months will be some of the most exciting our young company has ever seen.”