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For an undisclosed monthly sum, Polestar 1 drivers will be given full use of the plug-in hybrid sports car that promises nearly 100 miles of all-electric range by way of two electric motors at the coupe’s rear axle.
When a journal on the first coach car leaked or dried out, the bearings overheated, causing the axle to snap when the train rounded a tight corner.
When needed, up to 60 percent of that power is directed to the front axle for a true AWD experience.
But the car cuts off on her, and the front axle is causing problems.
There’s no masking the top-heaviness, and although the ride is generally composed and plush, small bumps upset the live-rear-axle setup where they’d be easily dispatched by a Range Rover or a Mercedes-Benz GLS.
One of our favorite touches: the switches to disconnect the front sway bar (if equipped) and lock or unlock the axles are conveniently located and easy to spot on the fly when the driver needs to pay attention to what's happening outside.
Visit the area near Barn L, where someone jumped from a feed truck to fight the fire before the vehicle mysteriously was engulfed along an open roadway — reduced to nothing more than a frame and axles.
Those rear motors can rotate at different speeds to afford the e-Evo torque vectoring across its aft axle.
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