Volvo Teases Polestar 2 Again Ahead Of Reveal

FEB 15 2019 BY MARK KANE 9

Polestar 2 – if you want to buy one, they will honor/take cash sales

The first all-electric Polestar – the Polestar 2 – is soon to be unveiled. The world online premiere is scheduled for Wednesday 27 February. One week later, it will be presented live at the Geneva Motor Show.

The latest teaser (above) presents the back of the four-door “fastback” body type. It could be an interesting long-range EV for customers looking for premium and performance brands.

According to Polestar, the Polestar 2 will be sold in the Tesla Model 3 price range:

“Available on subscription, which will be a slightly more premium version of our sister brand’s Care by Volvo package, although we will honor/take cash sales”

This seems to apply that no financing will be offered, right? And as for that Model 3 price range, we’d guess Polestar is targeting the more top end versions of the Model 3.

Polestar 2 specs:

  • ~300 miles (483 km) of range (all final specs to be announced shortly)
  • ~400 HP (all final specs to be announced shortly)

Polestar 2

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Good news, NEVS (and now Koeningsegg), Volvo and Polestar will put up a fight.

You forget to add Geely – Chinese owner of Volvo

Why top end of Model 3 prices? Model 3 long range model is about 65-67 k euros in Europe. I believe Polestar’s starting price will be about 55k …

65k Euro for Performance Dual Motor All Wheel Drive in Germany including VAT. 56k Euro for Long Range Dual Motor All Wheel Drive. Long Range Rear Wheel Drive will come to Europe before Polestar 2.

From what little you can see it does look appealing. Let’s hope it is competitive with 3 and/or S.

Never mind that, what about the XC40 EV they announced about 2 years ago ?!

The dealerships here in NL are all telling me it will be 2020 at the earliest. So don’t hold your breath for it. We didn’t and decided to swap our V60 D6 hybrid for an XC60 T8 hybrid (whereas we originally thought our V60 would be our last oil-burner).

Volvo makes good cars. Anxious to see. All the car makes spending lots of cash developing the new EV infrastructure