Not sure, they seem to going the Swedish route of average, fast enough to be considered fast but doesn’t need to be the fastest, just like they did with the P2.In comparison, the BMW iX xDrive50 (which I'm taking as the LRDM analogue) is stated as 0-60 in 4.4s and the M60 (LR Perf analogue) is stated as 0-60 in 3.6s.
And BMW is known to underpromise on such numbers.
While 0-60mph/100kph aren't everything, esp for a big SUV, I'm sure a number of folks will look at those specs and make purchasing decisions based on them.
So I hope Polestar is able to actually eke out more acceleration by the time of the reveal/launch - along with the stated cargo capacity and so on.
Also the BMW iX is looking to be significantly more expensive than the P3 so I’d guess the P3 will sell anyway when you weigh in price as well.The BMW iX xDrive50 starts at 120k EUR with taxes here and that is higher than Polestar has said as the upper limit for the P3 when they said 75-110k EUR.