POLES Apart? With comparable pricing and efficiency characteristics, there is minor to separate the Hyundai IONIQ 5 and Polestar 2 – apart from what they feel like to drive.
THE moments they are a-changin’… and, in it this scenario, it is no for a longer period just Bob Dylan who has gone electrical. Glance by means of any automotive showroom – or browse these internet pages for a few minutes – and you’ll see that just about each individual automobile manufacturer now has at least some sort of electrified model (hybrid or plug-in hybrid) in its array, whilst numerous of them offer you battery-electric motor vehicles.
Perhaps Dylan should have sung the moments they are a-chargin’…
And this isn’t just some trend on which we’re all a-jumpin’. The electrical age is now effectively and genuinely upon us. With a lot of nations presently committing to ban combustion engines fully by the close of the decade, motor vehicle producers have moved speedy to ensure they’ll be ready to meet up with the deadline – and it is Hyundai and Volvo’s sub-model, Polestar, who’ve moved quicker than most.
In this take a look at, we’ll appear at the not too long ago introduced Hyundai IONIQ 5 and Polestar 2 aspect by side. With comparable pricing and effectiveness attributes, the two are separated only by their one of a kind overall body styling, a handful of centimetres, and driving encounter. In most respects, this is a quite close comparison.
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