Though it may only be a new brand, Polestar is looking to grow fast by catching the surge in demand for electric vehicles. We drive the brand’s first fully electric car, the Polestar 2, to see if it has what it takes to compete.
Polestar is not a company a lot of car-buying Australians will be particularly familiar with. Originally established as a motorsport specialist, it was purchased by Volvo in 2015 and operated as a sub-brand to develop high-performance models for the Swedish carmaker.
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