Polestar is now taking orders for its 1 hybrid coupé in exchange for a deposit of 2500 euros, which is about £2221. The 592bhp machine is available for reservation in 18 countries, including Britain. Most of the countries fall into north, west and southern Europe but China, the US and Canada are also included. Polestar chose to increase the availability of its new model at launch from 12 countries to 18 due to high popularity.
When people first meet Larry Holt, some get a bit hung up on his haircut. Or lack of it. Safe to say Holt is the world’s only 57-year-old vice-president of a billion-dollar car group whose straggling shoulder-length grey locks and accompanying casual apparel indicate both an abiding disdain for barbers’ shops and for formality in all its guises.
It’s been a long time coming, and it’s very expensive, but Land Rover has now produced a version of the traditional Land Rover that has been around since 1948 with proper performance and truly long legs. Jaguar Land Rover Classic is obtaining about 150 recent Defenders, in both short and long-wheelbase forms, and equipping them with a 399bhp, normally aspirated 5.0 V8 so that they can accelerate from 0-60mph in 5.6sec and hit 106mph flat out.
Far be it from me to trash the hypercar, but I can't help feeling this year's crop at #GenevaMotorShow is rather tasteless and, well, a little bit old hat. They seem to be here to snare walk-in billionaires, who are a bit thin on the ground. #VersatileElectrifiedIsTheNewBlack
Listened to this arvo’s @Jaguar I-Pace presentations with rising excitement, then drove car. Felt elated for the first buyers; pride and for company’s boldness. Early drive nothing like you’d do on the road, but the car coped v well.. Now keen for decent drive
@IanCallum What a superb moment for you, Ian. Huge congrats. I-Pace really is a crowning glory. Heynes would have been amazed - and how fantastic still to have his letter. What a quality bloke he seems to have been: did you meet him?
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