Despite the frunk turning out to be useless for banana boxes, the overall result is relatively good.

Polestar 2 recently passed the famous Banana box test by Bjorn Nyland and, as it turns out, it beats several other, more mainstream models, including Tesla Model 3, and matched Volkswagen ID.3.

The P2 was able to take six boxes in the trunk, and a total of 19 after folding the rear seats. The frunk was useless though, as it can handle only small things.

For comparison, the Model 3 was able to take 17 boxes (6 in the trunk alone and 1 in frunk). ID.3 can take 19 boxes, including 7 in the trunk.

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Having so much space in a performance-oriented electric car is actually a valuable perk. The advantage of P2 over Model 3 is also the wide hatchback opening of the trunk.

Bjørn Nyland's banana box test results (number of boxes: trunk+frunk/total)

VW e-Crafter: 156/156

Nissan e-NV200: 50/50

Model X 5 seater: 10+1/28

Model S pre-facelift: 8+2/24

Kia e-Soul: 7/23

Model X 6 seater: 9+1/23

Audi e-tron: 8/23

Audi e-tron Sportback: 7/23

Kia e-Niro: 8/22

Model S facelift: 8/22

Xpeng G3: 8/21

Nissan Leaf 2018: 7/21

Kia Soul EV: 6/21

MG ZS EV: 8/20

Mercedes-Benz EQC: 7/20

Jaguar I-pace: 6/20

Peugeot e-2008: 6/20

Polestar 2: 6/19

Volkswagen ID.3: 7/19

Hyundai Ioniq: 6/18

Nissan Leaf 2013: 5/18

DS3 Crossback e-tense: 5/18

Peugeot e-208: 5/18

Xpeng P7 Performance: 5/18

Tesla Model 3: 6+1/17

Renault ZOE: 6/17

Opel Ampera-e: 5/17

Porsche Taycan: 5+1/16

Hyundai Kona: 5/16

VW e-Golf: 5/16

Mitsubishi i-MiEV: 3/16

VW e-up: 4/14

BMW i3: 4/14

Fiat 500e: 1/8