Polestar 5 electric sedan outed in EU patent images
A battery of more than 100 kWh should deliver a range of more than 300 miles when powering the standard dual-motor AWD drivetrain.
Geely parent.1 / 3 Copyright 2022 The Associated Press..The European Parliament is set to confirm its position on a raft of proposals to cut planet-warming emissions faster this decade, ahead of negotiations with EU countries on final laws.
In becoming the 5, the biggest changes so far are the insertion of a B-pillar, the change to conventional rear doors, the loss of the sensor array at the roof's leading edge, and replacing the rear camera array with a traditional backlight.There are also side mirrors instead of side cameras.(AP Photo/Olivier Matthys) THE HAGUE – The European Union has agreed to slash Russian oil imports in a tough escalation of the bloc's campaign of sanctions to punish Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine.The patent images show a few other tweaks, the biggest of which we're not sure how to read.The image of the Polestar 5 prototype the automaker showed in September of last year was fitted with an incomplete rear end that looked like it would trace the short rear overhang of the concept.The move agreed late Monday at an EU leaders' summit in Brussels comes amid soaring energy prices in Europe and could spark more rises, particularly later this year as nations compete for natural gas supplies to heat homes and fire industries, analysts say.The side image from the EUIPO drawings present lengthened overhangs front and rear, the change in back extreme compared to the concept.A flashpoint is the committee's plan to speed up the phase-out of the free CO2 permits the EU gives industries to help them compete with foreign rivals that do not pay for carbon emissions and discourage industries from moving to regions with weaker climate policies.
We're not sure if this is a trick of the drawing or what we should look forward to when the production model appears.S.The wheels recall the alloys on the concept, while looking more like something from a retail product.Reports say the final model will sit on a new bonded aluminum spaceframe chassis.S.A battery of more than 100 kWh should deliver a range of more than 300 miles when powering the standard dual-motor AWD drivetrain.With market launched planned for the 2024 model year, we'd expect to see the final version sometime in 2023.25 to $115.Higher CO2 costs are a key tool in the EU's plans to fight climate change, by giving businesses a financial incentive to cut emissions.
Before then, Polestar will launch the 3 later this year, to be built at Volvo's South Carolina factory and usher 800-volt electric architectures into the portfolio.The smaller 4, the brand's first pure volume model, is due in the latter half of 2023.Analysts say that amid high oil prices, the sanctions are unlikely to hit Russia hard soon, but they deprive Moscow of one of its most important customers for oil — likely for a long time to come.Related video:.
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