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2020 Polestar 2

2020 Polestar 2

It has challenged the Tesla 3 in its own yard and we think it is an evenly poised battle

Volvo has been more than vocal about its electrification ambitions. By 2025, the Swedish company plans to generate 50-percent of its sales volume from its fully electric vehicles. In fact, the automaker has decided to turn its sub-brand, Polestar, into a fully-electric performance brand. The Polestar 2 was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and was rather well received, but does it have in it to take on the Tesla Model 3?

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2020 Polestar 2 arrives to rival the world's best EVs in Geneva

2020 Polestar 2 arrives to rival the world’s best EVs in Geneva

It takes aim squarely at the talented (but not perfect) Tesla Model 3

Polestar 2 is the second bespoke model under the new Polestar electric performance sub-brand by Volvo. After revealing a sleek plug-in hybrid coupe at last year’s edition of the Geneva motor show, this year the Swedish brand has returned with its first all-electric offering, one whose specs appear to have been benchmarked against the popular Tesla Model 3.

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Polestar Takes Aim at Tesla Model 3 With 408-Horsepower Polestar 2

Polestar Takes Aim at Tesla Model 3 With 408-Horsepower Polestar 2

The Polestar 2 Is a Resounding Success That Guns For The Tesla Model 3 And It Has Weapons To Take It Down

Volvo performance sub-brand Polestar unveiled its first mass production car called the Polestar 2. It is a high-riding electric sedan with a coupe-like roof, fastback layout, and plastic guards on its wide fenders. Polestar unveiled it as a Tesla Model 3 competitor with the entry-level price of $39,900 and performance that almost matches that of the best-selling luxury car in the U.S. in 2018. It is, arguably, the first compelling electric car from a credible and known manufacturer we’ve seen. This means that an average buyer of, say, a nice Mercedes C-Class would reasonably consider it.

It will be unveiled at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show, and it is expected to draw enormous journalistic crowds to the Polestar stands. For a good reason. It is a really nice car - one that couples the forever green style of the Polestar 1 and effective layout that Volvo aced with the latest generation of its cars.

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2020 Polestar 2 Performance EV Teased But Will It Be Able to Beat the 2019 Tesla Model 3?

2020 Polestar 2 Performance EV Teased But Will It Be Able to Beat the 2019 Tesla Model 3?

Don’t look now, but it appears that Polestar has another winner in its hands

Polestar’s automotive lineup is slowly taking shape after the Swedish automaker unveiled a teaser image of the Polestar 2 sedan. The image doesn’t show much of the car other than a birds-eye-view glimpse of the rear section. It’s probably the most we’ll be getting until the next teaser rolls around. What we know at this point is that the Polestar 2 will make its debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show as an electric sedan that will compete directly against the Tesla Model 3. Pricing for the Polestar 2 is expected to slot somewhere between $45,000 to $50,000.

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The Polestar 1 Finally Has a Confirmed Price Tag of $155,000

The Polestar 1 Finally Has a Confirmed Price Tag of $155,000

A deposit of $2,500 is required to secure a slot in the reservation list

Polestar has finally put a figure on the Polestar 1. Volvo’s new performance sub-brand has listed the Polestar 1 with a price tag of $155,000 in the U.S. The car will also sell for €155,000 in Europe. Those who are interested in the car will have to deposit $2,500 or €2,500 to secure a spot on the company’s reservation list. Pre-orders are now open for the Polestar in 18 different countries, including a number of European nations, China, and North America.

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Polestar 1 Reservation Books Open With a Tesla-like Policy

Polestar 1 Reservation Books Open With a Tesla-like Policy

You know, just in case you change your mind..

Polestar has finally made its Geneva Motor Show debut, and it did so with a bang. The recently spun-off performance brand took to Switzerland to formally present the Polestar 1, the luxury performance coupé that’s setting its sights on Tesla and the current electric car establishment. With details of the Polestar 1 already in the open, the brand took advantage of the venue to announce that, starting next week, the company will accept refundable deposits of $3,000.

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