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Polestar 2 Teaser

Now that Volvo has revealed that its all-electric Polestar 2 will be the first vehicle with Android Automotive onboard, we finally have a more concrete arrival date for Google's long-awaited infotainment system.

According to the company, production of the Polestar 2 will only start shortly after the Polestar 1 begins rolling off assembly lines later this year. To support the interest and development of the teaser campaign was published the first image, showing part of the future of the vehicle. Also, unlike the Polestar 1 which is available as a left-hand drive model only, the Polestar 2 will be available with the steering wheel on the right side.

The Polestar 1 will share its CMA-platform (Compact Modular Architecture) with Volvo's XC40, which could mean that one day, we could be able to find the technical specifications of the Polestar 1 in the compact Volvo-SUV.

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Volvo has released the first teaser image of the Polestar 2 Electric vehicle. Volvo says the Polestar 2 will be four-door fastback offering a 300 miles of range with fully-electric powertrain producing more than 400 horsepower.

You can expect to see a very high-tech product, inside and out. The auto will start at around €40,000 (~$45,600), with a Care by Volvo-type subscription plan available. Mercedes-Benz recently launched its own system, MBUX, on the new A-Class, and BMW's take on the technology will be found in the new 3-Series.

Given the importance of connectivity in vehicles, the Polestar 2 will debut a new infotainment system that is based on Google's Android operating system, which also includes an in-car version of Google Assistant. But Polestar could surprise us.

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