Polestar 3 – Polestar has announced the pricing for the Polestar 3 models after getting almost 7000 expressions of interest since October 2022.
Polestar is the only electric car manufacturer that attempts to trace the end to end production affect on the environment. With massive environmental damage often caused by mining the minerals for batteries, a transparent tracing model is a step in the right direction to protect the environment
Polestar 3 is an all-electric AWD SUV that comes with a 111 kWh battery pack that provides Polestar 3 with an estimated WLTP driving range of up to 610 km.
The dual-motor configuration with power bias towards the rear produces a total of 360 kW and 840 Nm of torque. With the optional Performance Pack, total output is upped to 380 kW and 910 Nm.
It is also equipped for bidirectional charging, enabling future potential for vehicle-to-grid and plug-and-charge capabilities.
The Polestar 3 will come with an extensive list of standard features as well as a few options to make choosing your car easier.
Polestar 3 is planned for launch in Australia from first quarter 2024 with two versions, the Long range Dual motor, priced from AUD 132,900*, and the Long range Dual motor with Performance Pack, starting at AUD 141,900*.
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Polestar quick highlights
- Long range Dual motor launch version with standard Pilot and Plus packs priced from AUD 132,900
- Technological tour de force with in-car tech partners including GoogleTM, NVIDIA and Qualcomm, and cutting-edge safety tech from Luminar, Smart Eye and Zenseact
- LiDAR pre-orders possible with enhanced driver assistance functionality
- Traced risk materials: Cobalt, Lithium, Mica, Nickel and Leather, with conflict mineral reporting on tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold
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