Polyester has released the first image of the completely disguised Polyester 3, which will debut in October 2022 as the automaker’s first SUV. The fully electric model will share its foundation with the next generation of Volvo XC90, albeit with a more premium market position.
This is the first time we’ve seen Polyester 3 since Automaker last year showed us just a picture of a disguised prototype. The styling of the upcoming SUV adopts clean surfacing, pronounced rear shoulders, and an aerodynamic roofline.
At the front end is a new polyester LED headlight with a vent and triangular bumper intake on the bonnet. Compared to the 2021 Volvo Recharge concept, the Polyester 3 has a more sporty position with a more stylish rear end.
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Polestar’s first SUV will be fitted with a dual electric motor that offers all-wheel-drive and high power output. Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polyester, points to the car’s performance: “With this car, we will bring ‘Sport’ back to the SUV, maintaining integrity at the core of our performance.” Last September, Ingenlath talked about a “top power position that is unique to Polyester”, which means that the Polyester 3 will be stronger than the Volvo XC90 siblings.
Larger batteries will allow a target range of 600 km (372 miles) in WLTP cycles. Polyester 3 will eventually offer autonomous highway piloting, thanks to a luminaire LiDAR sensor and centralized NVIDIA computing power.
The company says it will start accepting orders for the Polyester 3 in the initial launch market from the day of its premiere. The model will be manufactured in the United States and China, with production set to begin in early 2023. North America is a major market for Polyester 3, where the large SUV segment is showing great signs of growth, allowing automakers to benefit. High-profit margins.
Polyester will expand to at least 30 world markets by the end of 2023 and plans to launch a new EV every year for the next three years. These include the Polyester 3 SUV, the Polyester 4 coupe-style crossover, and the Polyester 5 Grand Tour, all of which have already been confirmed. The company expects its global sales to increase tenfold from 29,000 in 2021 to 290,000 by the end of 2025.