The progressing coronavirus pandemic may be liable for various new automobile offerings being postponed, yet that isn’t the situation with the new Polestar 2 EV. Manufacturing of the electric hatchback commenced in China a month ago, and the vehicle is still on target to show up in the US this late spring.
On Thursday, Polestar affirmed the US costing for its new EV. At an MSRP of $59,900, the Polestar 2 is marginally more costly than its immediate adversary, the Tesla Model 3. In any case, fortunately this $59,900 cost is in reality about $3,000 cheaper than what the organization initially quoted.
“The MSRP is lower than we originally targeted, and will be extended to all of our current reservation holders,” Gregor Hembrough, head of Polestar USA, said in a statement.
The electric hatchback will be accessible with two or three alternatives, including a $5,000 performance enhancement pack that ought to incorporate suspension and brake setup updates. Nappa leather upholstery will be accessible for $4,000, 20-inch wheels will cost $1,200 and premium metallic paint hue will cost $1,200, too.
The Polestar 2 will at first show up with one powertrain choice, involved a 78-kilowatt-hour battery pack and two electric motors, conveying 408 ponies and 487 pound-feet of torque. Official range figures haven’t been discharged at this time, yet it can be somewhere around the 275 miles mark. The Polestar 2 will likewise be the first and foremost vehicle to utilize the organization’s new Google Android-controlled infotainment framework, which will
steadily turn out to Volvo models, too.