Polestar Won’t Officially Launch Its Next EV , but the company shared initial pricing information. Earlier this week, Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath said Polestar 3 would start at 75,000 euros and output around 110,000 euros, reports (through the ). Given the current parity between euros and dollars, the automaker’s first all-electric SUV could cost between $75,700 and $111,000 when it arrives in the US.
Of course, with Polestar 3 production not expected to begin until early 2023, the exchange rate could rebound in favor of the euro, but Ingenlath’s comment gives us an idea about where the automaker intends to place the EV. The $75,000 price tag puts the base model Polestar 3 in the same category as and , prior to the offer priced at $69,990 and $72,500 in Performance and Discovery editions, respectively. Meanwhile, you are watching a car in territory with terminal model.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about the Polestar 3’s specs, but the company has said the SUV will feature the same dual-motor powertrain as and a range of 372 miles. Polestar also shared that it plans to partially manufacture the car in the US. We’ll likely learn more about the SUV ahead of its October launch.
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