Presented electric supercar Polestar O2 from Volvo (photo)
Volvo brought the Polestar O2 electric sports car to the Goodwood Auto Show. It has every chance of becoming serial and challenging the Tesla Roadster.
The Polestar O2 concept car was shown at the Festival of Speed in Goodwood, UK. Volvo's electric division has created a supercar that has every chance of becoming serial. This is reported by Autocar.
The new Polestar O2 is a four-seater sports convertible. It features a faceted design with a long hood and fairings behind the seats. The thin L-shaped headlights are inspired by the flagship Polestar 5, which was also shown to the public at Goodwood.
In the cabin, the steering wheel is flattened from above and below, and the instrument readings are displayed on a narrow display. The central panel has a portrait format touch screen, and the multimedia system is based on Google Android. Instead of rear-view mirrors, cameras are provided. The front seats are separated by a high tunnel.
The new Polestar O2 is equipped with an 800-volt power plant from the same Polestar 5 – it has four-wheel drive and two electric motors in total with a capacity of about 900 liters. With. With such characteristics, it may well challenge the Tesla Roadster.
A decision on whether to launch the model into production has not yet been made. However, the Polestar O2 electric car has every chance of becoming small-scale and replacing the Polestar 1 hybrid sports car.