The Polestar 6, which up until late last month was a roadster concept dubbed the Polestar O2, has made the leap that not every concept car is able to achieve: it will hit production beginning in 2026.
The all-electric sports car, is as sleek as it is angular and will be available through a limited pre-sale offering, in its sky-blue colorway, known as the “LA Concept edition.”
The LA Concept’s top speed of 155 mph would place it in the upper echelon of electric sports cars. Additionally the roadster boasts an estimated 884 horsepower and the ability to go 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds.
A key feature of the Polestar 6’s design is its low center of gravity and wide-bodied silhouette that presumably lends itself to a smooth ride experience. The length of its wheels (21”) aid this and feature “integrated aero ducts in the wheel arches.”
According to Polestar’s website, the LA Concept edition of the Polestar 6 has a price of $200,000. To reserve one of the 500 available pre-orders, you’ll need a $25,000 deposit. The price tag would vault the Polestar 6 into the Porsche Taycan territory, with the latter’s Turbo S Cross Turismo starting at $187,700.
The 500 reservation slots for the Polestar 6 LA Concept edition already sold out! At the moment the automaker has provided a waiting list for anyone that might still be interested, but for now consider interest in the roadster very high.