Yes. Just received the email with most of the Q&A listed. Range is very disappointing. Only a bit more than the WLTP of a Renault Zoe at the end of the day. I know these are different cars for different areas of the market but all EVs are range limited compared to a typical ICE car, and is one of the main differentiators among EVs. The range is unimpressive.
Pick of the range looks to be the 2WD which I am sure is RWD 2WD 72.6kWh battery with 300 mile range.
Shame this flagship is loaded to the gills which hurts its economy/efficiency (electrically adjustable rear seats for example) And the solar panels give just 205W, which is 2/3 of just 1 panel on my home at present, and I have a lot more on my roof which helps to power stuff and charge my car! My home roof solar panels are south facing and angled just so to optimise solar electric generation but even then they do almost bugger all for 3-4 months of the year. So this "panel" will do even less in our UK climate. They have still not explained what the panels will charge in the car or how much weight they add.Car is at least 2.1 tonnes so Polestar heavy. Which is a very heavy EV for its size.
And annual bloody servicing and/or 10,000 mile intervals. Certainly not the future of EV motoring...
Lots of questions remain unanswered "further details will be shared closer to the launch"....
I love many aspects of this car but 3-4 big issues turn me off, the range for the price being a major one.
Oh, and they seem to suggest we pay upfront BEFORE we get sight of the car and before seeing it/test driving it which will be up to our chosen dealer. No bloody way! High chance of finding out that this or that feature is not on the car if they do it like that. Rather like the trumpeted OTA updates which are no longer part of the spec.(only sat-nav updates...at some point in the future)
Will have a think. May well be out though..