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The 2023 Polestar 2 brings longer range and a price bump

Polestar has announced details about their forthcoming 2023 Polestar 2 including range and pricing.

The single-motor 2023 Polestar 2 now offers up to 434 km of range vs 426 km on the 2022 model. The dual-motor 2023 Polestar 2 gets 418 km of range compared to 400 km on the 2022.


For 2023, the Polestar 2 can now be optioned with a heat pump which is great for cold-weather driving. If you’re driving in the temperature range that Polestar recommends (which is -7 to 25 degrees Celsius), you should see a 10% increase in real-world driving range.


In addition, the 2023 model gets new design options including a “Space” metallic black, “Jupiter” metallic shade for the exterior and a light grey “Zinc” Nappa leather for the interior.


The mechanical heat pump is part of the Plus Pack that also adds a fixed panoramic sunroof, Harman Kardon Premium Sound, WeaveTech seats, heated rear seats, 15W wireless smartphone charger and more.


A Performance Pack will be available as a paid software upgrade for the dual-motor that adds 68 horsepower and 15 lb-ft of torque to the car.

The 2023 Polestar 2 starts at $53,950 CAD (compared to $49,900 CAD for the 2022) for the single-motor and $58,950 CAD (compared to $56,900 CAD for the 2022) for the dual-motor, before any federal, provincial, territorial, or utility rebates.


The Plus Pack costs $5,700 CAD, the Pilot Pack is $4,700 CAD and the Performance Pack for the dual-motor will be $6,750 CAD.

Both variants of the 2023 Polestar 2 are eligible for $5,000 CAD federal electric rebate as well as the provincial incentives for $8,000 in Quebec and $3,000 in British Columbia.

Delieveries for the Polestar 2 will start in September/October 2022 and you can configure your now.

Source: Polestar 

By Sachin Bahal

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