Bottom line? As others have said, the Polestar is a better car for those who like beautiful things, nice design... it's more of a car. The Tesla is more of an electric car for those who like gadgets. Pretty much a toss up. He, personally, prefers the Polestar.Here’s a review (featuring the Dutch George Clooney) with tow bar to either -
A) cheer you up
B) push you over the edge
Just got a reply to my "When could I expect delivery?" email to Customer Support, they said;This is a Month's window ... that moves up and down like a yo-yo. I've had OCT-DEC now ... that's 12 weeks! It's ridiculous.
I often have to explain the distinction between accuracy and precision to my students. This is an excellent example."At present i can see we have an estimated delivery date for your Polestar 2 of November/December 2020."
I suspect that means it will be late-November to early December. I'm working on the basis of a 1 month window from mid-November to mid-December.Just got a reply to my "When could I expect delivery?" email to Customer Support, they said;
"At present i can see we have an estimated delivery date for your Polestar 2 of November/December 2020."
Obviously the broadest boiler-plat response, narrowing it down to 2 months is hardly supporting the customer.
As you say @GDank Ridiculous!
I can't remember how long I was in planning. Maybe a month or more. Then I got a phone call asking for days they could deliver. The delivery date was set the next day for a week away. Suddenly I had to pay, all that stuff about paying 14 days ahead is a load of rubbish. Also found my bank does not want to pay online more than 25,000 in a day, and it would take a day to transfer. Oh, and because of the bank they use, there was no fussy friendly feel with the account name-checking. All worked out.I'm going to call them Monday ... as it will be 1 month from my order going from "Order Confirmation" to "Planning Delivery"