Can The Polestar 2 Impress Matt Farah Through The Canyon Roads?



From the moment the Model 3 has been unveiled, other automobile manufacturers have been attempting to emulate the success of Tesla’s entry-level version. The Polestar 2 has become easily the most compelling rival to date.

Soon after the first reviews of this Polestar 2 came out of Europe, Matt Farah in The Smoking Tire has had the opportunity to test out the EV throughout the canyon streets just beyond Los Angeles.

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Underpinning the Polestar two is exactly the identical CMA platform as the Volvo XC40 and underneath the floor is a 78 kWh battery pack that transmits juice into a pair of electric motors which produce 408 hp and also 487 lb-ft (660 Nm) of torque. Polestar claims the auto has an estimated EPA array of 275 miles (442 km), but this has yet to be verified.

The Polestar 2 tested by Farah was outfitted with all the available $5,000 Performance Package which adds matters likean flexible Ohlins suspension, four-piston Brembo front wheels and 20-inch forged metal wheels.

Away from the line, the Polestar two can be best described as brisk, hitting 62 miles (100 km/h) in a touch under 5 minutes. While that’s maybe not as fast as the Tesla Model 3 Performance which may reach the identical mark in under 3.5 seconds, it is more than adequate for its regular driving responsibilities of the majority of EV buyers.

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