New info says that the next models from Polestar will be arriving at dealers in 2020 and 2022. Unlike the Polestar 1, they’ll be fully-electric, not hybrids.

Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath set out the roadmap while speaking with Auto Express. The Polestar 2 will be a compact electric sedan, targeting Telsa’s Model 3. Ingenlath said to expect a price of around $50,000. That car will launch in 2020. Like the name says, it will be Polestar’s second stand-alone model since the performance automaker diverged from Volvo’s main line.

“We are not saying it’s a Tesla killer, we are here to vividly compete with them in the market. We will launch Polestar 2 in the second half of 2019 and production will begin around the start of 2020,” he said.

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Two years after that, a new crossover will arrive. Ingenlath called the Polestar 3 “an SUV with a low, aerodynamic silhouette.”

The Polestar 1 coupe and the new SUV will both be built at a new assembly facility in Chengdu, China. The sedan is expected to be the big selling model, selling more than 50,000 per year. That means that it needs a bigger plant, and where it will go hasn’t been decided.

A version of this story originally appeared on Swedespeed

[source: Auto Express]