The Polestar 2, the second car from Volvo’s upstart performance brand, aims to give Tesla Model 3 shoppers a run for their money. Polestar debuted the all-electric, sedan-like hatchback at this week’s 2019 Geneva International Motor Show, complete with a roster of Tesla-fighting specs.
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Once production begins in China in early 2020, Polestar — the standalone brand, not to be confused with Polestar-branded performance editions on certain Volvo models — targets an EPA-rated range of 275 miles and an asking price of $63,000 “for the launch edition” of the Polestar 2. That’s before a maximum federal tax credit of $7,500, an amount for which the electric car’s 78-kilowatt-hour battery pack should easily qualify.