Tag: Polestar

Volvo Car Group And Waymo Team Up To Develop Self-Driving Vehicles

Volvo Car Group and Waymo have established a strategic partnership that will see the Google-owned self-driving tech company become the car manufacturer’s exclusive L4 (Level 4) partner. The deal includes Volvo Car Group’s strategic affiliates Polestar and Lynk & Co International, which will benefit from Waymo’s technology as well. Obviously, Volvo Car Group is not […]

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Performance Pack Adds Awesomeness To Your Polestar 2 EV

If a standard Polestar 2 isn’t dynamic enough for you, the Swedish brand will gladly sell you a Performance Package that’s meant to enhance your driving experience. It consists of a bespoke Brembo braking system with manually adjustable Ohlins dual flow valve dampers, lightweight forged 20-inch alloy wheels, while the “Swedish” gold brake calipers, valve […]

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Koenigsegg And Polestar Meet Up To Discuss All Things Cars

<!––> <!––> At the start of the month, Polestar and Koenigsegg announced a mysterious collaboration on social media. Now, three weeks later, the companies have released a video of the potent Koenigsegg Gemera and the Polestar Precept alongside each other. This clip was filmed on the west coast of Sweden and features Polestar head of […]

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Polestar And Koenigsegg Team Up, Hint At Something Exciting Coming Soon

Koenigsegg and Polestar are joining forces as the two companies have teased a mysterious collaboration on social media. Details are limited, but pictures posted by the firms show the Koenigsegg Gemera and Polestar Precept concept. Koenigsegg’s post was coy on specifics, but promised “Something exciting [is] coming soon.” Polestar’s message was almost identical as they […]

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New Polestar 2 Priced From CA$69,900 In Canada, US$10k Less Than In The States!

Canadian market pricing for the Polestar 2 EV has been set at $69,900 CAD (equal to around US$50,000 at today’s exchange rates). Meanwhile, deliveries to reservation holders are scheduled to begin in late summer 2020. For those of you counting, that’s just shy of a (very significant) US$10,000 difference over the U.S. market model that […]

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