In the 2021 Polestar Design Contest, Finnish designer Kristian Talvitie’s micro space tree house received an honorable mention. A year on, to mark the launch of this year’s edition contest, Polestar decided to make it real. You heard that right. Polestar built a house.
Remember the Polestar Precept concept car from 2020? Well, it has evolved into this: the Polestar 5 Electric 4-door GT. A development prototype of the Polestar 5, which is described as a high-performance electric 4-door GT with proper sports car credentials, was unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (June 23-26).
Polestar’s next EV is an electric performance SUV called Polestar 3 and it will make its world premiere in October 2022. The launch of the Polestar 3 marks the Swedish EV maker’s entrance to the highly lucrative segment, especially in the U.S. and China.
Many moons ago, Renault proposed a concept vehicle that can launch a drone to sniff out terrains and traffic conditions ahead. Years later, Jaguar Land Rover Group’s Project Hero proposed a car-deployed drone for emergency response use. Fast forward to today, another automaker is pitching a car with drone integration.
If you drive a Polestar, this is the last mile transportation you want in the trunk of your Polestar EV: The Makka Polestar Edition by CAKE. As the product name suggests, The Makka Polestar Edition by CAKE is based on CAKE’s new Makka electric moped.
While Polestar 1 and Polestar 2 are standalone products of Polestar, you have to admit that they they do have hints of its parent company, Volvo Cars, in them. Not the new Polestar Precept, though.