First Photo of Polestar 3 – Companies

First Photo of Polestar 3 – Companies


It was announced, confirmed: The Polestar brand, jointly owned by Volvo and Chinese parent company Geely, will launch its first high-powered SUV next year.

He sent the first official photo to us. This Polestar 3 will share its platform with the future Volvo XC90, but if only for more games. The model will be offered in the United States, in South Carolina, but also in China. The manufacturer announces that this SUV will be launched earlier in the two-engine version (four-wheel drive) that offers an official range of over 600 km.

Polestar also promises us to drive half-freedom with great accuracy thanks to a very modern lidar and partnership with Nvidia. Production of the Polestar 3 will begin in early 2023. After that, Polestar plans to launch three new cars in three years. The manufacturer also plans to increase its presence in at least 30 international markets by the end of 2023.

He sent the first official photo to us. This Polestar 3 will share its platform with the future Volvo XC90, but if only for more games. The model will be offered in the United States, in South Carolina, but also in China. The manufacturer announces that this SUV will be launched earlier in a two-engine (four-wheel drive) version that offers more than 600 km of official ranks. Nvidia. Production of the Polestar 3 will begin in early 2023. After that, Polestar plans to launch three new cars in three years. The manufacturer also plans to increase its presence in at least 30 international markets by the end of 2023.

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