The car has a lot in common with the future third-generation Volvo XC90, but the power plant will be original. The debut is scheduled for October this year.
The company hid the date of the SUV's debut in a recent press release on the brand's financial results for the first quarter of this year. Polestar believes that the model has a serious chance to win the segment, as the crossover market is one of the fastest growing.
About the technical characteristics of the car is still unknown. It is only known that the car will be offered with one or two electric motors. In the technical part, the electric car will most likely share some components and assemblies with the future Volvo XC90, but at the same time it will be positioned as a more sporty model with its own power plant.
In terms of Polestar market sales, the company says it shipped a record number of new vehicles in the first four months of this year. Approximately 13,600 vehicles were delivered worldwide, more than twice as many as in the same period last year. Polestar is currently present in 23 countries and plans to increase this to 30 by the end of next year.