Facelift underway for Polestar 2

Look for the differences

Polestar’s model range currently consists of only the 2, but Polestar has already confirmed the arrival of the 3, 4, 5 and 6. However, the Polestar 2 is not forgotten. The electric liftback seems to be getting a facelift soon.

In May this year, Polestar made a series of technical changes to the Polestar 2. The Standard Range Single Motor version swapped its 64 kWh battery for a 69 kWh large one, resulting in a longer range and higher payload. The 224 hp electric motor of the least potent version of the Polestar 2 was replaced by a 231 hp strong one. Polestar introduced new wheels and paintwork, among other things, but there was no facelift. This set of photos shows a partially wrapped test sample of the Polestar 2, suggesting that Polestar will be overhauling the look of the 2 soon.

The black Polestar 2 in these photos has a partially taped ‘grid’ in its snout. The panel seems to have exchanged its checkered pattern for horizontal slats. It is not inconceivable that the Polestar 2 will eventually receive sharpened bumpers and perhaps renewed lighting at the front and rear, but there is no hard evidence for this based on these photos.

The Polestar 2 is not only available as the already described Standard Range Single Motor, but also as Long Range Dual Motor and Long Range Single Motor. The first has two 408 hp strong electric motors and a 78 kWh battery, the second has the same electric lung capacity but only a 231 hp electric motor on the front axle.

Polestar is busy though. This year it will present the 3, a large electric SUV that will be joined in 2023 by the smaller and sportier 4. Around 2024-2025 Polestar will pull the curtain on the 5, an electric Taycan competitor. In 2026, Polestar will launch the 6, a fully electric convertible that shares much of its technology with the 5.

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Source: AutoWeek by www.autoweek.nl.

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