Volvo Polestar 4 has officially made its debut in the European and Australian markets. Scheduled to kick off production in mid-2024, first customer deliveries are expected to arrive as early as August. Pricing starts at £59,990 for the base model, featuring a long-range single motor, while the top-tier Long Range Dual Motor variant is priced at £66,990.
Drawing inspiration from the avant-garde Volvo Polestar Precept concept car, the Volvo Polestar 4.. Notable features include the elimination of the rear window and the distinct separation of the dual-blade front lights, showcasing Polestar’s signature aesthetic.
The Long Range Single Motor variant packs a punch with a 200 kW (272 hp) and 343 Nm motor at the rear, offering a non-confirmed range of up to 379 miles. Both long-range versions are equipped with a 100 kWh battery.
Meanwhile, the Long Range Dual Motor variant delivers even more power, boasting 400 kW (544 hp), 686 Nm of torque, and a non-confirmed range of up to 360 miles. Accelerating from 0-100 km/h in a mere 3.8 seconds.
For enhanced driving dynamics, the dual-motor version features semi-active suspension, providing a seamless transition between comfort and performance modes. Wheel sizes range from 20 to 22 inches.
Both versions support up to 200 kW DC and 22 kW AC charging, alongside bi-directional charging hardware. Volvo Polestar 4 will eventually enable Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) functionality, allowing external devices to draw power from the vehicle. A heat pump comes standard.
Inside, the Volvo Polestar 4 features an infotainment system powered by Android Automotive OS and the Snapdragon Cockpit Platform. The 15.4-inch landscape-oriented touchscreen includes wireless Apple CarPlay, connectivity. Additionally, a 10.2-inch driver display provides essential information such as speed, battery status, and range.
Manufactured in Geely Holdings’ state-of-the-art SEA factory in Hangzhou Bay, China, the Polestar 4 is built on the premium Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA).