The Polestar 2 continues to be teased before its official debut at the end of February. This time, we are given a glimpse of the electric vehicle’s rear, specifically at one side of its full-width taillights.

Much like the Polestar 1 and current crop of Volvo sedans, the Polestar 2 features C-shaped taillights, which they are linked by a long light strip in this instance. You’ll also notice a rather blocky look to the rear section, with the Polestar logo finished in white.

Other details seen on Polestar’s web app include “Thor’s Hammer” daytime running lights, eight-spoke alloy wheels, a glass roof and a rather conventional sedan shape. An interior image reveals an angled and raised centre console and some rather sporty seats.

The Polestar 2 will also debut a new infotainment system that is based on Google’s Android operating system, which also includes an in-car version of Google Assistant. In terms of performance, the company’s first battery electric vehicle will have a range of up to 483 km on a single charge and 400 hp.

Production of the Polestar 2 will only begin shortly after the Polestar 1 rolls off assembly lines later this year, and the car will compete against the Tesla Model 3.