Polestar 5 is an electric Halo car designed to rival German luxury

Electric vehicle maker Polestar is ramping up its introductions over the summer. A few weeks ago he showed off a high-performance version of his Polestar 2 called the BST Edition 270.

Last week it unveiled its first SUV in the Polestar 3 and on Wednesday the company teased the Polestar 5 prototype sedan, which looks like a production version of its handsome Polestar Precept concept.

Both the Polestar 2 BST Edition 270 and the Polestar 5 will be showcased at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in Chichester, England, June 23-26. The company is used to unveiling vehicles at the annual high-profile automotive event.

“Goodwood is our favorite place to show off our cars in an enthusiastic environment,” Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath said in a press release. “This year we are delighted to present the Polestar 5 that climbs the hill! Our UK R&D team are doing an incredible job developing the car, and we are proud to be able to highlight their hard work at this early stage.”

The Polestar 5 sedan will make its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
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The Polestar 5 prototype will undergo several tests at the famous Hill Climb event, as will the 270 edition of the BST. Vehicles will be parked in the First Glance Paddock with the Polestar Precept.

The Polestar 2 BST has a one-inch lower ride, two-way adjustable shocks with auxiliary adjustment chambers and a front strut bar. The springs have been strengthened by 20% and the power is increased to 476 horsepower and 502 pounds of torque.

The updated base Polestar 2 will be parked on Electric Avenue, where spectators can test drive the vehicle and other electric vehicles around a closed-loop course onsite.

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The Polestar 5 borrows styling from the Precept concept.
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The only car currently on sale from the brand is the Sedan 2. It has two powertrain options, the long-range twin engine with 408 horsepower and 487 lb-ft of torque and the long-range single engine with 231 horsepower and 243 lb. -ft of torque. It was the first vehicle to feature an infotainment system powered by Google’s Android Automotive operating system.

The company moved more than 32,000 Polestar 2 sedans in 2022. That’s an increase of almost 300% compared to the same period last year. It operates in 25 global markets and five more will be launched next year. It has nearly 130 outlets open across the planet, with 30 more expected by the end of this year.

The Polestar 3 will hit the market next, landing in October. The Polestar 4 electric SUV coupe will follow, and then this Polestar 5 will hit the road. When it lands, it will have many competitors ranging from the Audi e-tron GT to the Mercedes EQE, Tesla Model S and others.


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