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Polestar 3: Delivery within one year

Polestar 3: Delivery within one year

Exactly three years ago, Polestar opened what they call Polestar Space. in the showroom. For a car brand betting on electrification, it was only natural that it would choose the electric vehicle capital above all else. Namely, Oslo.

Here, Polestar has a building in the middle of downtown. The idea is to be as accessible as possible to those who work or live here – or visit downtown. Here you don’t have to travel out of town to find a traditional auto shop.

In the spring of 2020, the first Polestar 2 was laid in the Kingdom. The rest is history, as the saying goes. From being a completely new and therefore unknown brand, today it is among the well-established brands.

Family SUV: The Polestar 3 is a big car with a length of 4.9 meters and has much of what many Norwegians dream of in an electric vehicle.

New family SUV

Polestar 2 could show great success. There are now more than 10,000 such cars on Norwegian roads. We think some of the success should likely be attributed to the fact that the Chinese auto brand has close ties to Volvo. Thus it is seen as safer and more predictable than many other new brands.

Anyway: Polestar has no intention of resting on its laurels. They have more going on.

First, the large and sporty family SUV which was naturally named 3. Simply because it is the third model from Polestar.

Also read: We’ve previously discussed the new Polestar 3, read more about the car here:

Bottom line: The interior is spacious, simple and modern.  Almost all functions are controlled via a large screen.

Bottom line: The interior is spacious, simple and modern. Almost all functions are controlled via a large screen.

Coming next year

The car is based on the same platform as its upcoming successor to the Volvo XC90, which in the electric version will be called the EX90.

Polestar 3 Long Range:

Engine and performances:

engine: 2 x Electric

Effect: 489 hp / 840 Nm

0-100 km / h: 5 sec.

maximum speed: 208 km / h

Consumption (WLTP): 0.21 L/mile

Battery charging:

Batteries tray: 111 kW

Domain: 610 km (WLTP)

Maximum charging speed: 250 kW

Measurements, weight and volume:

Length x Width x Height: 490 x 196 x 162 cm

Box: 485 + 32 liters

Weight: 2,584 lbs

trailer weight: 2200 kg

ceiling load: 100 kg

Starting price: 739,200 Norwegian kroner

But here, the Polestar came out earlier than the recently shown Volvo model, too. Read more about it here:

Because while Volvo can’t deliver its cars before the second quarter of 2024, the Polestar 3 should be in place within a year. At least if all goes according to plan. Given the public’s interest, let’s hope that’s the case.

Also read: This is our first encounter with Polestar 3

Video review

Because while we were at the full-scale world launch in Copenhagen a few weeks ago, the pre-series car is now on a whirlwind visit to show interested parties in Oslo. As you can see from the image above, there were quite a few interested people outside of Polerstar Space, before they opened the doors today.

Another person who made the trip to Oslo to talk about the newcomer is product manager Andreas Andren, who gives us a small review of the car he’s worked on in recent years. See the video below.

Also read: Here’s what you should know about the new Polestar SUV

Video: Here you will find more about the new Polestar 3

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