Perhaps the newest version of the Polestar 2 BST is going to be unveiled later this month as the Swedish automaker teased what appears to be the 2024 version of the vehicle.
“Very soon: Next edition of our Polestar 2,” CEO Thomas Ingenlath said in a Tweet earlier today. Attached is a teaser video of what is to come, but very few hints can be taken from the short clip.
Polestar then said that “Something trilling is about to be unleashed on March 21,” teasing the front end of the vehicle with a beautiful gold brake caliper.
In late February, the Swedish automaker said that the 2024 version of the car would be its best yet. “We’re constantly searching for new ways to improve our cars,” the automaker said, hinting toward new batteries for longer range and faster charging and various improvements that will help with performance and feel.
However, we can see in the video that Polestar and Ingenlath shared that the Polestar 2 is equipped with a racing stripe down the middle, which many believe could be the newest version of the vehicle’s BST model, or “Beast.”
Polestar launched the initial version of the Polestar 2 BST edition 270 last year. Only 270 cars would be produced worldwide, and registration for the vehicle actually closed last year as there was overwhelming interest in the high-performance vehicle.
The Polestar 2 BST features various upgrades from the standard iterations of the vehicle. These include Öhlins 2-way adjustable dampers for highly-refined hands-on tuning, 21-inch Gloss Black Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels specifically designed for the BST edition of the car, a Performance Software Upgrade, and an aluminum strut bar for steering precision, rigidity, and balance.
Perhaps the biggest hint that we have that this teaser is the BST version of the Polestar 2 is the gold brake calipers, which appear to be identical to the ones detailed in the initial BST announcement late last year.
Perhaps production or deliveries of the Polestar 2 BST Edition are going to be announced on the 21st, but we’ll have to wait for the company’s official announcement in just a few days time.
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