Mercedes highlights the importance of performance issues with an 800-volt aerodynamic approach. For upcoming EVs, Audi has shown off a new interior interface. Does the Polestar 2 have more sense when running on rear wheels? Here at Inexperienced Auto Reviews, we cover all of this and more.

The Polestar 2 is entering its fourth model year, and although it doesn’t appear to have changed all that much, there have been significant changes to the way it drives, including a switch from front-wheel drive to rear-wheel drive. The 2024 Polestar 2’s first trip on some mountain roads in Colorado was sufficient to demonstrate that this European-inspired performance EV would be actually worth a second look in its simplest, cutest configuration—where it will now also receive an EPA-rated 320 miles of range.

Mercedes’ Notion CLA-Class EV idea rounded up the concepts making their premiere at the Munich auto show over the past weekend. It emphasised the brand’s performance focus for its upcoming compact EVs, which will be created using an 800-volt drive system.

Additionally, the electric crossover Audi Q6 E-Tron will offer quicker charging and a base built for efficiency. Audi revealed during the presentation that it also introduces a new interior design theme as well as a new user interface and driving experience. This includes the inclusion of a lightbar controlling the windshield’s base that may signal information like the charging position. Additionally, a “digital blind” will be available for movie viewing on the passenger-side monitor to prevent the driver from being disoriented.