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2025 Polestar 4 pricing announced, starts at $56,300 including delivery

2024 New York International Auto Show

The fashion-forward 2025 Polestar 4 coupe-like all-electric SUV made its North American debut at the New York Auto Show on Wednesday. Aside from this New World reveal, the manufacturer also announced official U.S. pricing.

The Long Range Single Motor Polestar 4 is expected to start $56,300 including $1,400 in destination fees, which isn’t too bad for a stylish and well-equipped vehicle.

Motorists that want a little more can opt for the Long Range Dual Motor all-wheel-drive model. This upscale variant kicks off at $64,300 including delivery, though if you nab the Plus Pack and Performance Pack you’ll be spending more than $74,000.

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The Polestar 4 wears pretty avant-garde styling. Photo credit: Polestar

In a media release shared by the automaker, Gregor Hembrough, head of polestar North America said, “Debuting [the] Polestar 4 to the North American market on a stage such as the New York International Auto Show is a significant milestone for our brand.” He added that this addition to the company’s portfolio is ideal for motorists “seeking the ultimate driving performance without sacrificing occupant comfort and a captivating exterior design.”

The Polestar 4 is the boutique electric vehicle manufacturer’s second SUV after the Polestar 3. This vehicle is noticeably more avant-garde than its stablemates and features a swoopier roofline. Even more risqué, the Polestar 4 lacks a back window. Instead, the traditional rear-view mirror has been replaced by a high-definition screen and camera, a setup that should provide a significantly wider field of view.

Justifying its premium pricing, this Polestar features a range of standard amenities. This includes 20-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree camera system and an eight-way power driver’s seat.

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Controversially, this EV has no rear window. Photo credit: Polestar

Dual Motor models come standard with the Pilot Pack, which includes amenities like 21-inch wheels, gold valve stem caps and lane change assist, among other features.

The optional Plus Pack includes a 12-way power driver’s seat, three-zone climate control, a premium sound system from Harmon Kardon and upgraded upholstery.

Like other Polestars, this model is fitted with an Android-based infotainment system, which is splashed across a 15.4-inch touchscreen. As automotive multimedia arrays go, this setup is both incredibly intuitive and super responsive. You can figure this system out in about 30 seconds, and it almost never stutters or lags. Aside from that, this setup gives you access to a range of Google services, like the Google Play Store, Google Assistant and ever-useful Google Maps.

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You can order a Polestar 4 starting in April, though deliveries won’t start until the fourth quarter. Photo credit: Polestar

As for performance, the Single Motor model features 272 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. Polestar expects this version to deliver more than 300 miles of range on a full charge.

For a little more zest, the Dual Motor version is graced with 544 hp and 506 lb-ft of twist, enough to make this the quickest Polestar model yet introduced, able to hit 60 mph in as little as 3.8 seconds, a certifiably speedy time.

The Polestar 4 shows enormous promise, and if you like what you see and live in North America, you’ll be able to order one of these fashion-forward EVs starting in late April. Unfortunately, deliveries aren’t expected to commence until the fourth quarter of the year.

Written by Craig Cole

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