Polestar 2 vs Tesla Model 3

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Although Tesla&rsquo;s Model 3 has been available (in the US) since 2017 and the Polestar 2 will hit roads from summer 2020, these two cars will square off against each other in terms of price and range. Polestar has the ambition to become &ldquo;the guiding light in the electric car revolution&rdquo;, and we are keen to see whether they can threaten Tesla&rsquo;s leading position in the electric race.<br />
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Polestar 2 vs Tesla Model 3

Can Volvo’s spinoff threaten Tesla’s pole position?

Starting from € 719

Polestar 2

More than just a “Tesla Killer”, the Polestar 2 handles and drives with real sophistication. Recognisably Volvo design on the outside, premium interior with all the safety features you could want and a state of the art infotainment system.

  • Seats: 5
  • Cargo space: 405 litres
  • EVDB Real Range: 425 km
  • Top speed: 250 km/h
  • Seat comfort: Excellent
  • Smooth & silent drive: ++++
  • Fast charge time (150 kW): 27 mins
Starting from € 749

Tesla Model 3 (long range)

The Tesla Model 3 takes everything you love about Tesla’s in a more affordable package. The acceleration power is impressive, though the range is significantly less. All in all, a very appealing electric option for drivers who want a luxury sedan for a smaller price tag.

  • Seats: 5
  • Boot space: 542 litres
  • Range: 460 km
  • Top speed: 233 km/h
  • Seat comfort: Standard
  • Smooth & silent drive: +++
  • Fast charge time (100 kW): 22 mins


The Tesla Model 3 has ruled the mid-range electric vehicle sector ever since the company figured out how to produce them at scale. With the arrival of the Polestar 2, a worthy competitor has entered the electric arena. With its robust design, 442 km range, Google-based infotainment system, and competitive pricing, the Polestar 2 can compete not just with the Tesla, but with premium sedans in the combustion-engine sector as well.

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Published at June 3, 2020

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