It will be produced alongside the Volvo S60 in South Carolina, unlike other models of the brand that roll off the assembly line in China.
Polestar has revealed the first teaser of its performance-oriented electric SUV. The brand is launching a teaser campaign for its first dedicated electric vehicle, as the limited edition Polestar 1 coupe was a plug-in hybrid and the Polestar 2 liftback is based on the CMA platform.
Unlike the company’s existing models, which are only manufactured in China, the Polestar 3 will be assembled in the United States. The novelty will be registered at the Volvo plant in Ridgeville, South Carolina, where the S60 midsize sedan has been produced since August 2018.
After the electric car gets on the conveyor in America, the brand will be able to shorten the delivery time, and it will also be cheaper. Details about the new product are few. The manufacturer said its battery-powered SUV has received an all-new, dedicated electric platform.
And the novelty will also receive an aerodynamic design and an advanced autonomous driving system.
The design of the novelty will be similar to the 2020 Precept concept car. Already, the Polestar 3 is being called a rival to the Tesla Model X. Like its main rival, the Polestar SUV will have a minimalist design inside and out. And the SUV is predicted to have good performance, but so far without numbers.
Production of the Polestar 3 is slated to begin next year, with official images and specifications to be released at a later date. In the meantime, he is content with a sketch of the athletic silhouette of the novelty.
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