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Polestar or MME?

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Would definitely like to see that for the Mach E (and Tesla Y also didn't appear to be listed)
(and chevy Bolt while wanting things to compare too...)
Bjorn is in Norway, so he's only able to test vehicles available there. I'm sure once the Mach-E and Model Y reach Europe, he'll do it for those too.
 
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Less shrimp in frunk, but more horses on the wheels
 

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That Frunk looked worst in class pitiful.
Would be ok for carrying portable charging cables, and maybe some other misc tools. You could say it's no worse than the average ICE vehicle.
 

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Indeed it is not a real SUV but more a cross over. The platform is specially developped together with Volvo for EVs only. The Volvo Xc40 EV and the Polestar P2 use this platform.
You can find a lot of info of this platform on the internet.
Anyway, both cars have their pro's and con's. A large pro for me was to see the car in person, to be able to drive it en being sure that it is in production and being delivered right now.
The platform also has a PHEV variant iirc.
 



 










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