Polestar 1 Reliability

The Polestar 1 is a plug-in hybrid sports car designed and built by Polestar, a performance company and brand of Volvo Cars. This is Polestar’s first product as an independent car manufacturer. A beautiful car that fits the bill as both a classic GT and powerful at the same time, this car is one of the most handsome cars on the road. This is a two-door grand tourer coupé that was launched in 2017.


The 2-door coupé is available in transverse all-wheel drive with the rear electric motor and 8-speed automatic transmission layout. It is an electric hybrid sports car with a powerful engine which is enough to compete against the likes of BMW, Mercedes, and Audi. A 2.0L in-line four twin-charged petrol engine powers the Polestar 1.   From 0-60 mph, it sprints in just 4.2 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph.


In addition to the amazing looks of the 2021 Polestar 1, the elegant two-seater coupe is also both expensive and exclusive. Volvo’s products, on which this car draws inspiration, have generally been extraordinarily reliable. According to Car and Driver, the Polestar 1 has a reliability rating of 7.5 out of 10.


It is highly unlikely that safety or crash testing will ever be conducted on the Polestar 1 due to its extremely high price and limited production run. However, there’s a short video of a crash test released by Polestar 1 to demonstrate the safety and strength and it looks pretty impressive.

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Depreciation Rate

The Polestar is one of the most expensive cars. Although the Polestar is a compelling package: it looks to die for, has a 78-mile electric range, and over 600 horsepower. Therefore, it is impressive that it retains a whopping 64.33% of its purchase price even after having driven 36,000 miles for three years.

Maintenance and Repair

Polestar’s website indicates that the additional years or miles of scheduled maintenance can be purchased for a cost of $603 to $2,668 for a duration of 3 to 10 years. In addition to the warranty period, additional coverage or miles can be purchased from $2,737 to $3,274 for 5 to 7 years and 100,000 miles.


Is Polestar 1 a Front-Wheel-Drive, Rear-Wheel-Drive or All-Wheel-Drive car?    

The Polestar 1 is a All Wheel Drive car.    

How many seats are in the Polestar 1?    

The Polestar 1 is a car with 4 seats. The EPA Classification for this car is: Minicompact Cars    

What is the horsepower in a Polestar 1 and does it have a turbo?    

The Polestar 1 has 619 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque. The engine is a Turbo/Supercharger Gas/Electric I-4 with a displacement of 2.0 L The fuel system is: Gasoline Direct Injection.    

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How big is the trunk in the Polestar 1?    

4.3 Cubic Feet ( 0,122 m3 )    

How much ground clearance does the Polestar 1 have?    

5.4 inches ( 13,72 cm )    

What type of wheels does it have?    

Polestar 1 has 21 X 9.5 inch Aluminum Front Wheels and 21 X 10.5 inch Aluminum Rear Wheels.

Is the Polestar 1 a Volvo?

The Polestar 1 2-door plug-in hybrid sports vehicle is made by Polestar, a performance company and brand under Volvo Cars. It is the first car manufactured by the company since June 2017, when it became an independent car manufacturer.

Is the Polestar 1 fully electric?

Yes, the Polestar is an electrically powered car. There is no combustion engine powering the Polestar 1, only an electric motor.

What is the difference between Polestar 1 and 2?

Polestar 2 is sheet metal, unlike the Polestar 1 and is aimed at a wide range of car-buying customers. However, it retains many of the same characteristics as its predecessor in terms of responsiveness and driveability.

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