The Polestar 2 operating system runs a range of Google apps and services. And some in-car apps are specifically developed to communicate with Polestar systems and software. This deep integration unlocks endless possibilities to enhance your driving experience with forward-thinking functionality. Best of all, these apps keep getting better via regular updates.
The Polestar 2 runs a lot of media apps you’ll recognise from your smartphone, now optimised for the in-car experience. If you’re signed in to Spotify you can pick up songs and podcasts exactly where you left off on your phone. And with the Group Sessions beta, everyone in the car can add tracks to the in-car playlist.
Change the climate control settings or the volume of the audio system just by asking for it. Google Assistant communicates with the Polestar 2’s systems, so you can talk to the car to control its smart features. Send messages. Search for a destination. Request your favourite tunes. All by voice. No offence, other cars, but Polestar 2 is the better listener.
Polestar has collaborated with the parking technology company EasyPark to build an integrated version of its parking app. The preloaded software makes it possible to pay for parking without a parking meter or smartphone. And because it’s designed to work with the Polestar 2, EasyPark will stop your parking payments as soon as you resume your journey.
The Polestar Video Player turns your infotainment system into your own private cinema. Open the app and you can stream local and international content from well-known providers to the Polestar 2’s centre display. Perfect for when you’re topping up your car’s battery. Or when you just want to enjoy some me-time in the peaceful cabin.
The in-car versions of Google Maps and A Better Routeplanner automatically check your Polestar 2 when you ask it for directions. They then calculate and adjust your route accordingly, integrating the most convenient charging options along the way. Forward-thinking app options that makes range anxiety a thing of the past.