Polestar has revealed the Polestar Concept BST, which will be shown at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Polestar is in the midst of launching a slew of new models, including the Poleslar 3 & 4 crossovers, the Polestar 5 full-sized luxury sedan, and the Polestar 6 2+2 GT roadster. This Polestar Concept BST is a track-focused version of the 6, featuring a raft of race-inspired upgrades. 

The Polestar Concept BST starts with the Polestar 6 design as its base, featuring the brand’s now iconic split t-shaped headlights, sleek two-door shape, angular sloping retractable roof, and thin full-width rear lightbar taillights. The front of the Polestar Concept BST adds a redesigned bumper with aggressive air curtains and a larger splitter, as well as distinct air extraction vents on the hood.

Polestar has also seen fit to redesign the front and rear quarter panels on the Polestar Concept BST concept, giving it more pronounced wheel arches for a wider, sportier stance. Stunning new dark-colored 22-inch wheels fill out those new wider wheel wells. 

The rear of the Polestar Concept BST gets a giant floating dual-level wing that begins right behind the rear window and cantilevers out over the rear deck. This rear wing is arguably the concept’s most radical feature and gives the rear of the Polestar Concept BST an undeniably race-ready look. 

The Polestar Concept BST is finished in silver with white and gold decal accents and features a contrasting black retractable roof. 

Polestar did not share photos of the vehicle’s interior or mention the Concept BST’s powertrain, although they had previously announced the standard Polestar 6 would have 872 hp.

Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polestar, said: “This car is a demonstration of how far we can push our performance brand – Polestar turned up to 11, if you will – and a demonstration of how we could apply the BST formula to our line-up in the future.”

We look forward to learning more about the production version of the Polestar 6 in the future.