Hard as it is to imagine these days, there will be an after-coronavirus. And in anticipation of that moment, which we all hope comes as soon as possible, life must quietly resume its course. Out of China comes one such example: production of the Polestar 2 has begun.
What’s more, the first completed units of the electric-powered sport sedan were delivered on Monday.
The plant now building the EV is used by the Volvo and Lynk & Co. brands (all owned by Geely) to assemble their respective compact cars on the basis of the CMA (Compact Modular Architecture) platform, an architecture that also serves the Polestar 2.
Polestar actually has its own plant in Chengdu, China, but that facility is currently used exclusively for the production of the Polestar 1 Plug-in Hybrid Coupe.