The 2+2 Polestar 1 features a plug-in hybrid powertrain good for 600 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque.
Volvo claims the carbon-fiber-bodied Polestar 1's 34-kWh battery pack is good for 150 kilometers (93 miles) of range. That's significantly longer than any other plug-in hybrid vehicle on the market today.
The Polestar 1 will begin production in mid-2019 at a new Polestar production center in Chengdu, China.
The Polestar 1 is built on Volvo's Scalable Platform Architecture (SPA), although 50% of it is unique to this model.
The cabin reveals plenty of bits and bobs sourced from Volvo's parts bin, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Supportive seats with unusual detailing and yellow seatbelts are a highlight.
Will there be room back there for two adults?
The Polestar 1 looks particularly sinister in this inky black, hard-to-photograph paint.
Polestar says it's planning to fully embrace online ordering and a subscription-based business model. It will also let you use your phone as a key, enabling sharing via virtual key.
Volvo's trademark "Thor's Hammer" headlamps will evidently feature on Polestar-branded models, too.
Spokes of varying thickness give the Polestar 1's large wheels a sense of motion even when standing still.
There's a tiny hint of Volvo 1800 in the rear three-quarter view.
E-shaped taillamps also seem heavily influenced by Volvo's styling language.
The Polestar 1's clean Scandinavian lines can't hide the design's massive width.
Outside of its unusual width and serious footwear, you could be forgiven for initially presuming the Polestar 1 is little more than a coupe version of Volvo's S90.
Polestar says that all future models will have fully electric powertrains, making the Polestar 1 effectively the first and last of its kind.
Just 500 Polestar 1 coupe are planned for production yearly.
The plan view seems to show a retractable rear spoiler or wing.
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