People will buy it because it's a Volvo, i.e. it's from an established manufacturer and more conventional that the Model 3. A lot of people are put off by Tesla being so now and American, by the horror stories about them and by the spartan interior and lack of luxuries.Polestar 2 seems to be aimed directly at the Model 3 buyer. OK, so the M3 wins on range, 0-60 and AP, but P2 can charge at 150kw, and looks to have a better and more spacious interior.
I was curious to what worldwide charging network they were on about parternering with If these could charge from the supercharger network I'm sold!Polestar 2 seems to be aimed directly at the Model 3 buyer. OK, so the M3 wins on range, 0-60 and AP, but P2 can charge at 150kw, and looks to have a better and more spacious interior.
It was interesting that they specifically mentioned the demand for the Model 3 during the presentation, and how Polestar support Tesla's mission.
Be awesome if they could use the SuC network
Yes, this struck me as odd too, especially considering the size of the rear overhang. I wonder if it's quite long and wide, but shallow.But - 5 doors! Wahey! 404 litres seems a bit small, that's the same as the Countryman PHEV.
Sounds like it's just PCH/PCP that includes servicing, breakdown cover and phone advice line and so forth, so just one monthly payment for all your car related costs. I'd expect there will be a minimum contract time, probably two years, but I suppose time will tell.I'm confused about the subscription model. Is this simply PCH under a different name? Can I subscribe to the car for a few months as I see fit? Or am I subscribing for a number of years? Interested to find out the differences and similarities. Appreciate it may be too early to tell at the moment.
What are you complaining about? You can get yellow seatbelts!KILL!
Good God Almighty, grey? What with Tesla doing away with the gorgeous silver on the Model 3 (although the blue is nice, but red and white, meh), where's the fun.
Imagine a grey boot, too lethargic to raise itself up to stamp on a human face once, let alone forever.
But - 5 doors! Wahey! 404 litres seems a bit small, that's the same as the Countryman PHEV.