The coupe draws heavily from the Volvo Concept Coupe from 2013. The hybrid packs a punch, churning out 600 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque. The car is capable of 93 miles of all-electric driving. A gasoline engine powers the front wheels while two electric motors handle business in the rear.
Pre-orders are available in 18 countries: China, United States, Sweden, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Portugal, Poland, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Canada. It's still unclear if you can actually purchase the car, as Polestar has said the car will be subscription based. As recently as last week in Geneva, CEO Thomas Ingenlath said it would be "100 percent" subscription-based.
All services — from maintenance to car washes — will be handles through the Polestar app. Showrooms will be separate from Volvo's current lineup, though locations are still being scouted.