The Polestar brand has announced that their plug-in hybrid coupe model 1 will no longer be produced after the end of the 2021 model year.
This will also complete the time-limited production cycle for Polestar’s first stand-alone model, which was originally planned for three years and up to 500 copies per year at the Chengdu factory in China.
The news does not state how many copies have been produced so far, but it is known that during 2020, only 65 pieces of this 139,000-pound car were registered in Europe.
Polestar 1 combines a 2.0-liter gasoline and two electric motors with a total of 609 hp and 1000 Nm, and also offers 123 km of driving in electric mode.
Ivan Mitic – Autoblog.rs
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