Polestar 2 is Volvo group’s first all electric vehicle, and it’s scheduled for production in February 2020.
Initially the more expensive version will be available, with the base version available approximately a year later. The expensive version is being called the Launch Edition, and is the only version that will be produced during the first year of Polestar 2 production. It has a very high level of standard specification, so there are very few options available. src
Volvo started accepting pre-orders for the vehicle through its website in early 2019.
Polestar 2 will make its first public appearance at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show in March, and then embark on a global roadshow in Europe, North America and China throughout 2019. Polestar 2 will also be available in a network of soon-to-be-opened Polestar Spaces that will provide physical viewing and test drive opportunities.March 2019 Press blast
Initial launch markets include China, the United States, Canada, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK. Other markets are under consideration for future expansion.
Polestar 2 Market Availability
First markets for the Polestar 2 are China, U.S. (California and Washington states), Canada, and Europe: Sweden, Norway, Germany, UK, Netherlands, Belgium
Pre-orders are being collected through Volvo’s Polestar website. First deliveries in the U.S. are scheduled for July 2020.
The price of the top version Polestar 2 should be about $63,000 in the USA plus the $7500 federal tax credit.
Polestar intends to offer the car with prices from €39,900 (base specs) to €59,900 (top of the line).