Definitely no reason to do another concept that looks like so much similar with Concept Coupe. Looking wise it should be fine. As a sporty/sports car, the power train and handling tune is more important and interesting to people.I already expected they would show image 22 and 29 the last. Every day I hope they are shown, since they will reveal if the same strong creases will be present as they are on the Concept Coupé. Furthermore, they will show the trunk edge that will probably cut the top rear lights in half. That would be further proof that this is a production model instead of a concept. We have to be patient a little longer.
I was told it is to do with standards in other countries, the bodywork must sit further out than the wheels. So they just add this little bit of body work to comply.Those are probably little spoilers. My Ford Fiesta had exactly the same kind of (tiny) extensions at the Two o'clock position of the rear wheel arches.
Yeah. The little divot where the V O L V O went is missing and it kinda tied the rear end together in my eyes.I also slightly prefer the curved lines of the Concept Coupe from this rear view, but let's give Polestar the benefit of the doubt and see what it looks like when we get to see the whole car tomorrow. On the whole though, it looks VERY close to the concept, which is nice, even though it's quite clearly a production model.