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Polestar 2 now available from £39,990

Polestar 2

Polestar has expanded the model range for the Polestar 2 and now offers three versions with lower pricing.

Entry-level models cost less than £40,000, around £10,000 less than the fully-loaded launch model.

There is a choice of single- or dual-motor powertrains and two battery options.

The Standard Range Single Motor car has a P11d value of £39,845 and offers a range of 260 miles from its 63kWh battery. Its powertrain can deliver 224PS and 330Nm.

Upgrading to the Long Range Single Motor version boosts the range to 320 miles and power output jumps slightly, to 231PS. This version is priced from £42,845 (P11d).

The Dual Motor car (£45,845) comes exclusively with the 78kWh Long Range battery. Like the launch model, it develops 408PS and 600Nm, while providing a range of around 280 miles.

Read our review of the Polestar 2 here.

Standard equipment across the line-up includes 19-inch wheels, LED front and rear lights, front- and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera.

The Polestar 2 also features an Android-powered infotainment system with an 11-inch centre display and 12.3-inch driver display.

As part of the revised pricing, the Plus and Pilot packs, which were standard on the launch version, are now optional.

The Plus Pack (£4,000) includes a full-length panoramic sunroof, Harman Kardon audio system with 13 speakers, fully-electric heated front seats with memory, heated rear seats, steering wheel and wiper blades.

There is also a new heat pump, which reduces the need to use battery capacity to prepare and sustain the cabin climate.

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The Pilot Pack (£3,000) includes Pixel LED headlights with LED front fog lights, Adaptive Cruise Control and Pilot Assist, a 360-degree surround view camera, all-round parking sensors, and blind spot monitoring.

The Performance Pack (£5,000) remains available for the Long Range Dual Motor variant only, and includes adjustable Öhlins dampers, Brembo brakes, forged 20-inch alloy wheels and signature ‘Swedish gold’ details inside and out.

A handful of specific single options remain available, including ventilated Nappa leather upholstery (requires Plus Pack), metallic paint, 20-inch alloy wheels and a semi-electric folding tow bar.

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