The teaser image isn't very revealing, but it shows the vehicle will have a rear charging port and slender taillights which are connected by a thin illuminated strip. By using the CMA architecture, the design of the Polestar 2 is expected to more like a compact SUV than a traditional sedan. Unlike the first model from the company, which is a high-performance PHEV coupe, its second offering will be fully electric and takes the shape of a four-door fastback. As far as we can tell, this may be the first real competitor against the Model 3. The auto is expected to be equipped with the Google's new Android HMI.
It's also hinted that the Polestar 2 will serve as the debut platform for Google Android HMI, which features Google's new in-car version of its Assistant program. Final specs will be locked in closer to the start of production late this year or early next.
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The vehicle is a small sport sedan to rival the Tesla Model 3, and Polestar says it will offer 300 miles of range and 400 horsepower. You can expect to see orders open up after the Polestar 1 launches; that auto starts production later in 2019. Given the Tesla Model 3 price range, buyers can likely expect to pay somewhere between $40,000 to $50,000 for the EV.
Besides conventional cash sales, the vehicle will also be available on a subscription basis that Polestar says is a more premium version of its sister brand's Care by Volvo package. Don't Miss: Amazon is blowing out Apple Watches at deep discounts, today only Volvo plans to officially unveil the auto in just a few short months, if not sooner, but a few of the vehicle's more eye-catching specs have already been disclosed.