Polestar 2 touches down in Zeebrugge
The first shipment of customer cars has arrived in Europe, bound for Sweden and Norway. To Polestar 2 customers, this is surely welcome news, something to get excited about. The wait until they can sit behind the wheel of their all-electric fastback has just gotten shorter. The handovers are being prepped. The cars are being serviced. Ownership is approaching.
They say that the true joy is in the giving, not the receiving. We’re thrilled to see customer cars arrive in Zeebrugge, the bustling port which lies just outside the picturesque Belgian city of Bruges. Swedish and Norwegian customers will be delighted to get their Polestar 2. And we’ll be delighted to deliver them. There are more ships already en route with vehicles destined for our other markets.
These customer cars are rolling off the ship as we speak. And before long, they’ll be rolling along the highways, streets, lanes and alleyways of Europe. With North America and China to follow.
All aboard: the Polestar referral programme
Enthusiasm is contagious. Upon discovering a new hobby, restaurant, or band that you cannot get enough of, the urge to spread the word to friends and family is never far behind. After all, sharing is caring. The path towards greater electric mobility is indeed a journey of shared excitement. And we know that getting behind the wheel of an EV can have the same impact. Which is why we’re launching the Polestar referral programme.
Polestar joins the Responsible Business Alliance
Cars are complex products. As such, each car can be seen as the culmination of countless hours of precise labour; a successful merging of components, technologies, and expertise that enable the manufacture of such intricate machines. The system that realises this culmination is the supply chain.
Polestar sustainability report 2021
Accountability is key. To combat the growing tide of greenwashing, greenhushing, and all the other buzzwords that denote a lack of transparency around sustainability work, we need to hold each other responsible. Successes and failures need to be communicated. Questions need to be asked and answers demanded. We need hard data when it comes to exactly what it is we’re doing, and what we have left to do. And when requiring these things from others, we can’t forget ourselves.