Fully electric Polestar 2
For those who are not fully aware, Polestar is a Volvo’s performance car company based in Gothenburg, Sweden. This goes for the design as well… The moment you lay eyes on Polestar concepts and cars you just know Volvo stands behind it. Volvo Polestar 2 is not an exception. Easily recognizable. In a good Volvo way of course.
Volvo Polestar 2 is an avant-garde progressive fully electric car. With a 78 kWh battery, motors each offering 300 kW / 408hp and an expected range of 500 km/275 miles (EPA), the Polestar 2 packs really powerful electric thrust. Polestar is a 4wd and it takes from 0 to 60 Miles / o to 100 km per hour only 4,7 seconds!
Polestar 2 Features
The fastback body shape of Polestar 2 brings a lower drag coefficient that leads to enhanced aerodynamic performance. Volvo designers crafted a frameless side mirror, which maximizes the driver’s field of vision. The LED rear lamps shine more intensely with stronger breaking and also illuminate differently depending on the weather. This sounds like a cool and innovative feature. Not to mention the Polestar logo which is projected onto the panoramic glass roof, providing a techie ambiance in the car. Fancy!
We’d like to mention another smart detail. Polestar 2 brings wireless inductive phone charging without any need for extra equipment. You just need to place your phone in the forward part of the tunnel console and drive on.
Finally, Volvo Polestar 2 offers a 15-inch display embedded with Google services like Google Maps, Google Assistant and integration with Play Store.
Volvo Polestar 2 is somehow similar to Tesla Model 3 if compared to its specifications. We say its an interesting alternative especially for those hooked onto Volvo’s famous safety history and European cars manufacturers. Polestar 2 is more efficient, more environmentally friendly, more elegant and more simple in every way, according to the manufacturer.
Watch the Volvo Polestar 2 promotional video here.
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