Polestar has announced pricing and specification details of the Polestar 4, which it has billed the "reinvention of the SUV-coupé”.
The Swedish firm's fourth model will enter the premium electric SUV segment as rival to the new Porsche Macan EV.
The single-motor, standard-range 4 starts at £59,660, with the dual-motor model commands a £7000 premium.
An optional Performance Pack costs £4000 and adds 22in alloy wheels, bespoke Pirelli tyres and a Polestar Engineered tuned chassis.
In single-motor form, it uses a 102kWh battery pack (94kWh of usable capacity) and produces 268bhp and 253lb ft, for a 0-62mph time of 7.1sec.
Dual-motor cars use the same battery but produce 536bhp and 506lb ft to hit 62mph in 3.8sec.
Both models come with the ability to charge at 200kW, meaning they can top up from 10-80% in half an hour.
Said to have the smallest carbon footprint of any Polestar model to date, the 4 was tested during Polestar's life cycle assessment (LCA) earlier this month and found to produce 19.4 tonnes of CO2 over its lifetime, including production.
The firm has been publishing LCAs for each of its cars since 2020.
The 4 will be offered with "eyes-off" autonomous driving technology touted to deliver "centimetre-level" precision and eventually allow for "eyes-off, point-to-point autonomous driving on highways, as well as eyes-on automated driving for other environments".
The more sophisticated advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) in development uses the new Chauffeur system from leading ADAS-supplier Mobileye (which builds on the Supervision system that will be available in the 4 from launch) and lidar from autonomous vehicle technology company Luminar as part of a set-up that mixes various sensors, radars and cameras to allow the car to see up to 600m away and provide "centimetre-level" precision so that it can map the environment around it.