Why Students in Auto Service Programs Are Talking About the 2020 Polestar 1
Car companies continue to redefine what an electric vehicle can be – and the 2020 Polestar 1 is no exception. Following the 2017 announcement by parent company Volvo that Polestar would manufacture state-of-the-art electric performance vehicles to compete with the likes of Tesla, the Swedish car brand has finally unveiled the 2020 Polestar 1.
This car is not only the first in what the company hopes will be an extensive line, but also a one-of-a-kind plug-in hybrid with plenty that deserves to be examined in detail. Here’s what you need to know about the 2020 Polestar 1.
The Polestar 1’s Exterior Features are Sleek, Fresh, and Refined
Before we go into detail about the technology behind the Polestar, its exterior design is impressive in and of itself, and well worth a closer look. The C-shaped taillights, the headlights resembling Thor’s hammer, and six-sided grille, each of which are shared with the Volvo S90,
all combine to give the car an instantly recognizable style.
However, there’s also a carbon fibre steel frame, no rear doors, no shut lines along the top, and the fact that it is two-and-a-half feet shorter than the S90. It also comes in at around 595lbs lighter by comparison.
Although the Polestar 1 may resemble the S90 in multiple ways on the outside, this two-door sports coupe arguably takes that model, makes it more lightweight, and shapes it into something all of its own.
Auto Service College Students Will Love the Polestar 1’s Performance
The Polestar 1’s range is 78 miles (around 125 km), but there’s much more to its performance than just that. Perhaps the biggest standout feature for students in auto service college to check out is its supercharged and turbocharged inline-four engine. It also has two electric motors, each of which pack a whopping 116 horsepower and are capable of producing 85 kilowatts.
What Would Driving the Polestar 1 Be Like?
The 2020 Polestar 1 has five drive modes: All-Wheel-Drive, Hybrid, Individual, Power, and Pure. For those who want to drive more casually, leaving the car in Hybrid is probably the safest course of action, while All-Wheel-Drive mode puts the car at 50/50 per axle.
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