Dezeen Debate features Polestar's "forward-looking" rear-windowless electric car

Polestar rear-windowless car

The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features the Polestar 4 electric car, which doesn’t have a rear window. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.

Swedish car manufacturer Polestar has revealed the Polestar 4, the world’s first mass-market car without a rear window. The vehicle is a five-door electric SUV coupé that is now available to buy in Europe and Australia, following its release in China last year.

Readers had varied reactions to the vehicle. One joked about its rear-windowless design, saying, “there’s no looking back from here,” while another praised its “forward-looking design”.

Maggie's Centre at the Royal Free Hospital by Studio Libeskind
Studio Libeskind encloses Maggie’s Royal Free with slanted walls

Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section included the latest Maggie’s Centre designed by Studio Libeskind, an infinity pool in Lake Como by Herzog & de Meuron and Zaha Hadid Architects’ plans for 100 hydrogen refuelling stations in Italian marinas.

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