More choice for Polestar 2 buyers

The Polestar 2 model range is expanding to three variants. With two powertrains, two battery packs and optional equipment packs, the electric performance fastback now starts at £39,900– making it accessible to a wider audience.

Polestar partners with Plugsurfing for access to EV charging

Polestar is partnering with Plugsurfing in Europe to improve electric vehicle public charging convenience ahead of initial Polestar 2 customer deliveries, scheduled for the coming months. The agreement signals yet another step into operational mode for Polestar. With over 195,000 compatible EV charging points in the region, Plugsurfing provides a convenient solution to accessing and paying […]

Production start for Polestar 2 in China

Production of Polestar 2 has officially begun in Luqiao, China. For initial delivery into Europe, followed by China and North America, the new electric performance fastback is the first electric vehicle to be produced by the facility. “The world is facing enormous upheaval in the face of the coronavirus pandemic,” comments Polestar CEO, Thomas Ingenlath. […]

Electric Polestar 2 starts at £49,900

Pricing for the Polestar 2 electric performance fastback has now been confirmed for all European launch markets. The new model enters production in early 2020 and initial deliveries will begin from June. UK prices start at £49,900.

All-electric Polestar 2 to debut at Geneva

Polestar has taken the next step in its development as the electric performance brand with the reveal of the new Polestar 2, a new all-electric fastback. The company says the new car “offers avant-garde design and a unique customer experience in the premium compact electric segment” and that Polestar 2 is “the first electric car to compete in the marketplace around the Tesla Model 3, with the range starting at a guide price of 39,900 euros”. For the first 12 months of production, guide price of the launch edition is 59,900 euros

Volvo and Geely invest in Polestar electric venture

Volvo Cars and its owner, Geely Holding, have announced they will jointly invest RMB 5 billion (EUR 640 million, or about £570 million) to support the initial phase of Polestar’s product, brand and industrial development