We’re Testing The Polestar 2 Long Range Dual Motor, What Do You Want To Know?
The Polestar 2 might come from a somewhat new automaker yet since it hit the market in 2020, it has gotten rave surveys and is for the most part thought to be as a genuine opponent to the Tesla Model 3. We’re at present dragging one through hellfire and believe that you should pose any inquiries you might have about the EV.
Polestar just began Australian conveyances of the 2 in March this year, selling it in Standard Range Single Motor, Long Range Single Motor, and Long Range Dual Motor setups. The model we are trying is the lead Long Range Dual Motor, estimated from AU$69,900 ($50,305).
Our test vehicle is likewise fitted with the discretionary AU$8,000 ($5,425) Performance bundle. This pack adds 20-inch manufactured amalgam wheels with tacky Continental SportContact 6 tires, huge Brembo four-cylinder front brake calipers with penetrated ventilated plates, Ohlins Dual Valve movable safeguards, the ‘Powerful Chassis’, gold valve covers, and gold safety belts both front and back.
With every one of the choices and remembering for street expenses, a Polestar 2 like this will hamper Australian clients AU$88,959 ($60,327). That implies it undermines a Tesla Model 3 Performance, what begins at AU$100,851 ($68,391) remembering for street charges, essentially. For sure, the Model 3 Long Range is a superior counterpart for the Polestar 2 we’re trying, estimated from AU$86,133 ($58,410) drive away.
Our test vehicle was as of late furnished with the exhibition arranged programming update reported recently. This redesign has added 50 kW (67 hp) and 20 Nm (14 lb-ft) of force, meaning it is currently great for 350 kW (476 hp) and 502 lb-ft (680 Nm). That gives it a power advantage over the Model 3 Performance with its 340 kW (450 hp) and 439 lb-ft (639 Nm) and permits it to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.4 seconds.