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Work on Polestar factory commences

Another step in the move towards the establishment of the standalone performance car brand, Polestar, has been taken with working starting on a new production facility in China.
The Chinese-owned car brand, a sister brand to Volvo and the fledgling Lynk &CO, was launched last month and will deliver its first model next year – the 447kW Polestar 1 hybrid coupe.
Related: Volvo EVs to fall under Polestar banner
Parent company, Geely, has announced that construction of its new Polestar Production Centre has started in China, the state of the art of facility set to be completed in just nine months.
The centre was designed by architects in Norway and is promising to be the most environmentally-responsible car factory in China, and one of the most efficient in the world.
It will also feature a customer experience centre, as well as a customer test track.
Polestar CEO, Thomas Ingenlath, says it’s a very exciting time for the Polestar brand.
“Following the successful launch of the new Polestar brand in October, construction of the new Polestar Production Centre is the next step in turning our plans into reality.
“We are building a Production Centre that is a reflection of our brand.
“A facility that is modern, progressive, technically advanced and environmentally responsible. The Polestar Production Centre will be an embodiment of the Polestar brand.”
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