Polestar 4 are treading on new ground as they unveil the first ever vehicle which doesn't have a rear view window.
This Swedish made car characteristics include a high-definition veil showing a real time feed from a roof-mounted rear camera replacing the familiar rearview reflect.
The company owned by Volvo, Polestar have completely disregarded the rear window entirely, this offers extra headroom for the driver and passengers alike, this also allows the vehicle to have a state-of-the- art camera system. The design change is to provide drivers with a improved display of the road behind them.
Motoring specialist Quentin Wilson clarified that the trend of downsizing rear windows is because of evolving car shapes. He highlighted the benefits' of the Polestar's 4 rear camera, stressing its elevated definition, wider arc and fine visibility in comparison with customary rear windows.
"The car has been out in China since December and there have been no discouraging words.
"The argument is, I think, it actually gives you a better view because the camera is high definition, it's a wider arc, and you see more than you would than through that grimy rear window."
This new blueprint already exhibits in multiple vans and trucks, replacing rearview windows with cameras addresses obstacles like obscured windows in crowded cars.
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In addition to this, Maximilian Missoni, head of design at Polestar, said: "With Polestar Precept we previewed a stunning new occupant experience by removing the rear window and pushing the rear header, which plays an integral safety role, further back.
This means that now, rear occupants can have a unique experience in our SUV coupe."
This modern and innovative car is set to make its debut on UK roads in August this year.