To get ready for your handover, please make sure you do the following:

Your Polestar 2 is fully electric, which means you’ll need to charge its integrated battery. You can charge your car from a wallbox at home, or at a charging station while you’re on the go. 

Explore electric driving

As soon as you get into the car it’s ready to go. Just fasten your seatbelt, push down the brake pedal, and move the shifter into drive or reverse to start driving. Your car will have One Pedal Drive set to “standard” by default. This means that the brakes will  engage smoothly as you release the accelerator. The regular brake pedal still functions as normal, but you’ll find that you rarely need to use it. You can also switch One Pedal Drive to ‘low’ for a less pronounced effect, or disable it entirely. 

How to extend the range

Regular software updates keep your Polestar 2 as cutting-edge as the day you receive it. When a new firmware update is available, you’ll receive a notification on your car’s centre display. You can then download the update via your car’s data connection before choosing a convenient moment to install it. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Polestar Support

Our expert team is on hand to assist you with any issues, at any time.

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Share the thrill of electric driving with family, friends, and fans. The Polestar referral program connects potential customers with existing drivers and offers rewards to both.

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Now that you’re one step closer to your Polestar, we’d like to invite you to the Polestar Community. This is a place for Polestar drivers, and those awaiting delivery to interact, discover and share. Start conversations with other drivers, talk directly with product experts, and receive community-exclusive updates on future events and products.

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