They claim 0-60 is 4.7, which would make 0-62 around the 4.8.
All depends on weather, tyre conditions, weight, etc.. etc..
Some car companies say 0-60 in X seconds but in reality it's only in perfect conditions. However others like Audi often give the 0-60 in more normal or worst case scenario's, so you should always get what you paid for ... and maybe more.
Seems like Polestar are following Audi's lead - Which is good for us!
I currently have a Kia Stinger and before that a Jag F-Pace 3.0 supercharged. Both did 0-60 in between 4-5 seconds.
Yes hypercars are more fun but most of the time I couldn't even use the full power of both cars for more than a few seconds before I had to lift off except on EU motorways. In the UK I'm breaking speed limits after a few seconds.
Yeah my old m4 competition pack (which I sold during lockdown) had 450bhp and was 0-60 in 4 seconds flat but the only time I’d even approach “testing” that was off a roundabout onto a dual carriageway (in the dry only!) or away from the toll booth on the m6! But the best thing about this amount of power is the effortless 50-70(+) acceleration.