In one fell swoop, Polyester made the upcoming 3, 4, and 5 tees.
Although only one picture has been released, the teaser shows the rear edges of three cars that will be launched in numerical order.
Starting at 3, the crossover will be launched in October with a streamlined design that includes flowing surfaces and tight lines. Not much is said about the polyester model, but we do see the flush-mounted door handle, muscular rear hunch, and a dynamic greenhouse.
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They are joined by plastic body cladding and a rake windscreen that flows over a sloping roof. We can also see the slender taillights and what appears to be an air vent on the rear bumper. An earlier teaser showed that the model would have a T-shaped headlight, a panoramic glass roof and an aerodynamic element in the hood.
Ongoing, the Polyester 4 is a crossover coupe that will launch in 2023 and enter “one of the most competitive market segments in terms of demand, performance and design”. The company is keeping some secret about this model as it is hidden under a sheet.
That being said, the 4 is significantly smaller than the 3 and has a much more angular rear window. We can also see the unique taillights and a shoulder line that effectively wraps around the car. Additional details are difficult to create, but visible through the plastic body cladding sheets.
Last but not least, there will be 5 previews by a prototype at the Goodwood Festival of Speed later this month. The model is currently at an “advanced stage of development” and is scheduled to launch in 2024.
Although it is a few years away, the model was previewed by the concept concept and its rear end remains quite faithful to the original. That being said, it has the necessary components such as a Temer rear bumper and diffuser as well as a reflector.
The back doors of the suite have also been knocked out, while the smooth styling has been slightly reduced. Upcoming production models also sport conventional mirrors and which looks like a larger greenhouse.
Although Polyester had nothing to say about the vehicle, Mike Whittington, the company’s head of global sales, noted, “The experience of this growing momentum in our business is exciting for the whole team.” He added, “… with both Polyester 3 and Polyester 4 on the horizon, we are ready to play a leading role in the electrification of the lucrative and large premium SUV segment. With a 2025 production capacity for these two EVs, which are expected to have more than 160,000 vehicles per year, we will be able to scale quickly and attract brand new customers. “