New Polestar 2 BST Edition 270 EV Revealed

Polestar has revealed the ‘BST edition 270,’ which the company claims is it’s most dynamic’ electric vehicle designed for drivers.

Polestar has also added some new technology to the revised model, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in

just 4.4 seconds.

Two-way adjustable Ohlin dampers with auxiliary adjustment chambers under the hood, a 25mm lower ride height, a front

strut bar, and 20% stronger springs are all included.

According to polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath, the positive reception the concept garnered at the 2021 festival, as well as

client interest, “it was clear” that a production version would be required to meet demand.

The standard Brembo four-pot brakes still the same, but they’re now placed on new matte black 21-inch alloy wheels.

Indeed, the new Polestar 2 Wait Do We Start Turning edition comes with a ‘Thunder’ or ‘Snow’ exterior paint scheme, fully

painted bumpers and skirts, gloss black mirrors, and the choice of a black body stripe.

As the wiser, probably greyer motoring lovers among you will attest the stripes undoubtedly enhance horsepower.

The new Performance upgrade, which is available as an over-the-air download on dual-motor versions of the standard

Polestar 2, gives the BST Edition 270 a new turn of speed from the Polestar 2.

Power and Support

The car’s motors now produce an additional 67 horsepower, bringing total power to 469 horsepower and maximum torque

to 680Nm.

With a range of about 292 miles, a 78kWh battery under the floor continues to deliver power.

The new special edition will be in production starting in mid-2022, with delivery starting in the fourth quarter of that year. Only 270

pieces will be produced, and as the name suggests, they will be sold exclusively in the United States and Europe. Although orders

are not open yet but to appreciate the Polestar 2 is such an important and high-quality electric vehicle. Potential customers can register their interest on Polestar’s website. Isn’t it delightful?  Read more international news

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