We here at Roadshow love a good Tesla Fighter, and we love a good Volvo.
And when the two are combined it's just a super bonus.
The Polestar 2 here is a gorgeous EV at the Geneva Motor Show.
And it promises a very, very good things to come from Polestar the all electric performance spinoff from Volvo.
Well a single motor unit will be available later.
This guy here is rocking an electic motor on each axle, powered by a 78 kilowatt battery.
Total power output is 408 horses and 487 pound feet of torque.
That's enough to scoot this bad boy from 0 to 62 miles an hour in less than five seconds.
We don't have official range numbers yet, but Polestar is shooting for 275 miles of that range.
Now that is less than the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y, but it is more than luxury rivals like the Jaguar I Pace or the Mercedes-Benz EQZ.
Inside is a large 11 inch screen that is running a new Android-based infotainment system that is compatible with Google Assistant.
And if those seats look like they're made out of luxuriously leather, well, you would be wrong.
They are completely vegan, so now you can be smug about your food and your car.
Production for the Pulsar Two will start in 2020 and will cost about $63,000 for the launch edition, but of course, that is before any tax incentives.
A non-launch edition will start at about $55,000 and that single motor unit will be even less.
The [UNKNOWN] Two will be available only on online or through a soon to be launched subscription service.