The Polestar 1 World Tour continues, and next up is the prestigious Monterey Car Week in California. This collection of events is arguably one of, if not the, most exclusive automotive gatherings in the world—with exotic cars new and old on display from the world's most desirable brands.
The Polestar Pavilion will take pride of place on Peter Hay Hill at Pebble Beach, where visitors will be able to view Polestar 1, chat with our team and experience the hospitality and serenity of the bespoke Polestar environment.
Monterey Car Week includes some very special events for car enthusiasts, connoisseurs and collectors including The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering on Friday and the Concept Lawn at Pebble Beach on Sunday. Polestar 1 will be shown at both these events with the beautiful Monterey Peninsula as a backdrop. And, in a break from his duties as CEO of Polestar, Thomas Ingenlath will be an honorary judge in the famous Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
A fitting debut for Polestar and Polestar 1 on North American soil.
The North American debut for the Polestar 1 was a spectacular success at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering. Two of the most glamourous events on the automotive calendar perfectly captured the essence of Polestar 1.
Sustainability is a unifying topic. One of the defining issues of the current age, the push for greater sustainability must span everything, every industry sector, every geographic area. Accordingly, it makes sense to collaborate. To unite those already engaged in the quest for a more sustainable future.
The near future has been a muse for countless designers. It provides a framework in which creativity can thrive alongside an inbuilt sense of realism. The Polestar Design Contest and Polestar Precept were some of our near-future explorations. “Afterworld: The Age of Tomorrow” is one of Balenciaga's. And they've asked Polestar to be a part of it.
It can be difficult to know when a tipping point has been reached. Usually, a series of events, both big and small, have led the situation to a point where change is inevitable. And sometimes, that change doesn't happen fast enough. Sometimes, a boost is needed to get to the event horizon.