On the other hand, it has nothing to do with speed and power.

Polestar is on the move to release their second car to the public. And while the Polestar 1 was a high-end performance hybrid, Polestar 2 is something completely different.  It is, as Polestar is describing it, a fastback sedan and it is fast. Well, at least it has some potential. After all, it packs 300 kilowatts of electric power, delivering it on the road through all four wheels. Still, there is some margin for improvement, but this will not be cheap.

We have to point out, that there is no addition of power in Performance Pack or how they call it at Polestar. Instead, they focused on the looks and handling of the car, adding three additional components: new and more powerful Brembo brakes, adjustable Öhlins dampers and 20-inch forged alloy wheels. Next to that, driver will also get some gold-plated valve caps and gold seatbelts, adding to car’s prestigious appearance.

“The Performance Pack allows us to take Polestar 2 driving dynamics to the next level. Some highly specialised additions, tuned by our engineers, deliver an even more engaging and unique Polestar experience,” comments Thomas Ingenlath, Chief Executive Officer of Polestar. New elements will not be cheap though. Polestar will ask no less than 6.000 euros for the pack. Worth it?

Oct. 9, 2019 Driving photo: Polestar

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