The 2020 Polestar 2 will have a towing capacity of 3,306 pounds

The 2020 Polestar 2 will have a towing capacity of 3,306 pounds

Polestar continues to give us information about its latest creation, the Polestar 2, a 100% sedan electricity all wheel drive. Along with its usage behavior, it has pulling power of 3,306 lbs.

The 2020 Polestar 2 will arrive in Canada next July, competing heavily with the Tesla model 3. With its 78 kWh battery, it promises to deliver a freedom approximately 400 to 450 km between charges. It’s a little less than Tesla, but the offer remains very attractive to many consumers.

One of the things that appeals to active lifestyle buyers is the Model 3’s lack of towing capacity. As we know, in Europe, this sedan is rated to tow up to 2,000 pounds. . Here, nothing. Polestar has announced a 2:3,306-pound capacity with the optional package and we’ll get it. However, it is not yet known if it will be an option or standard equipment in Canada.

That’s good news for Canadian buyers who’ve been denied the towing power of the Tesla Model 3. Now they have a new opportunity with the Polestar 2. At just over 3,300 pounds, that’s a pretty impressive number considering the hatchback’s size.

Polestar also takes the opportunity to confirm the amount of loading Polestar 2 : only 440 liters by combining front and rear lockers. Not much, but it is already better than the Model 3 with 425 liters. Polestar indicates that it will be possible to order a roof box thanks to the addition of rails, and then add up to 75 kg in accessories and products.

The 2020 Polestar 2 will theoretically arrive next July. It remains to be seen if there will be any delays in production. At least the Luqiao plant in China is known to be on the assembly line with the Volvo XC40 and Link & Co 01. The Polestar 2 can currently be ordered with a target base price of US$69,000. . As for that, the Tesla Model 3 with all-wheel drive (Dual Motor) starts at $65,990 CAD.


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