Polestar 2 benefits from a host of modifications. There are, among other things, new wheels and paint colors available, but the basic version of the Polestar 2 can count on interesting news.
About a year ago, Polestar . was introduced New versions of the Polestar 2 engine† The electric competitor to cars like the Tesla Model 3 was previously only available as a long-range twin engine, a powerful all-wheel-drive version with 408 hp and a 78 kWh battery. This bait was accompanied by a long-range monocoque with a 78 kWh battery and a 231 hp electric motor on the front axle. The second new version of the Polestar 2 was the standard single-range engine. It’s got a 224-hp electric motor on the front axle, but also a smaller battery. In particular, it is the Polestar 2 Standard Range Single Motor that takes advantage of the updates that Polestar is making to the 2.
The standard single-band Polestar 2 replaces its 64 kWh battery with a large 69 kWh battery. This of course has a positive effect on the range. The Polestar 2 Standard Range Single Motor had previously covered 440 kilometers with a charge, but now a WLTP range of 474 kilometers lives up to its name. The new battery pack can also handle a higher charge capacity. The maximum charging power has been increased from 125 kW to 130 kW. But there is more. The 224 hp electric motor is being replaced by the 231 hp unit already installed in the Polestar long-range monocoque.
All Polestars 2 are now optionally available with a new Nappa leather interior. Additionally, the Void and Moon paint colors have been replaced respectively by the equally elusive colors (black) and Jupiter (pink). The standard color now is Magnesium (Grey), the only color at no extra cost. Polestar also adapts the design of the standard 19-inch alloy wheels and also redesigns the optional 20-inch wheels. Other news related to the arrival of a canopy for the panoramic roof and the improvement of the heat pump.
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