Polestar 4 US pricing.

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The all-new Polestar 4 will start at $ 54,900 when it goes on sale next month, with deliveries starting at the end of the year.

That base price gives you a single motor, RWD version with 272HP and 300 miles of range. 20-inch wheels are standard, as well as LED lights, a panoramic glass roof, a 10.2-inch instrument cluster, and a 15.4-inch center screen.

A $1500 Pilot Pack is an option and includes lane change and Pilot assist. A $ 5,500 Plus Pack adds a Harman Kardon sound system, a 14.7-inch head-up display (!), a tri-zone climate, and other luxury stuff.

The AWD dual motor version starts at $ 62,900, which is a big step up. It also gets a smaller 270-mile range. Even though it comes standard with the Pilot Pack.

A $4500 Performance Pack adds 22-inch wheels and a sportier suspension among other things.

At $55 000 the new Polestar 4 is a bit cheaper than I thought. Especially since the larger Polestar 3 is much more expensive at $ 73,400. And just $5000 more than the Polestar 2 sedan. This is pretty much the same difference between the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.

Still, the Polestar 4 is a bit on the pricey side. Starting at about $ 10,000 over the Tesla Model Y and $5000 more than the Audi Q4 e-Tron. However, Polestar considers itself as a Porsche competitor (good luck). Which of course is even more expensive, with the new Macan EV starting at around $ 78,000.

Since the Polestar is not built in the US, it doesn’t qualify for the federal incentives. Although leasing does.

While the Polestar 4 isn’t cheap, Polestar is currently offering the $ 56,700 Polestar 2 AWD sedan at a $ 349-a-month lease. ($5000 down). Which could mean a similar lease price for the upcoming Polestar 4 RWD.

The Polestar 2 seems to be doing OK so far. It will be interesting to see if the roomer Polestar 4 gets some traction in the US. It is after all a new brand. Even though it is linked to Volvo, it is also a Chinese brand. Something that might not be the most popular attribute these days.

Conversation 3 comments

  1. A Chinese model of a Chinese brand that is built in China, and on top of all that it costs MORE than the competition?! This is dead on arrival. We all own enough Chinese made things, we don’t need to increase that even further by driving a Chinese car as well.

  2. Nice looking and its not another SUV. But an Expensive? Chinese? Volvo(Polestar)? EV?… what could go wrong?

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