The start of the commercial life of Polestar 2 is not exactly smooth. Technical problems of some units, recall, and especially the modest autonomy figures have somewhat tarnished the debut. The first proposal from the Swedish manufacturer now seeks to fix the situation slightly with the announcement of a new version’s launch.
At the moment from Polestar, not many details have been given. Still, in statements to the German press, Thomas Ingenlath, executive director of the brand, has confirmed that they are launching a new version that will increase autonomy.
As we recall, currently, the Polestar 2 has a two-motor system, all-wheel drive, and a power of 402 hp, which will allow you to do 0 to 100 km/h in about 4.7 seconds. For its part, the battery is a pack of 72.8 good kWh, 78 gross kWh, which allows it to achieve a range of 233 miles.
Rumors indicate that Polestar will not opt for changing the battery capacity, which would further weigh on the issue of weight and price, but instead choose to put a rear-wheel-drive version on sale allow it to gain something as far as autonomy.