Whenever a new electric car comes out everybody rushes to draw some sort of Tesla comparison because, let's face it, the American company is the benchmark for EVs. Many comparisons are baseless, but the Polestar 2 really is the closest thing you'll find to a Tesla Model 3.
It's roughly the same shape and size, and costs about the same at a little under £50,000. So what sets these two apart? And why would you go for the Polestar, a company that most people haven't heard of, over the hugely popular Model 3?