are great for reducing car expenses if you drive long distances, but charging time can be tricky—especially if you need it to charge fast. While it depends on the charger you use, the Polestar 2 takes about 40 hours to charge at 110V and 8 hours at 220V
If you’re using DC fasting charging, you can charge your battery from 10% to 80% at 50kW in 65 minutes or 150kW in 35 minutes
. In contrast, the Tesla Model 3
and Model S
can charge from 10% to 80% with DC fast charging in about 20 minutes
at a 150kW.
The Polestar 2 may fall behind the Tesla in fast-charging times, but the two vehicles are solid competitors that offer great electric rides.
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