Chengdu production centre update
Things happen quickly, and the pace at Polestar is a blistering one. The progress happening at the production centre in Chengdu is all the proof one needs.
In addition to the distinctive architectural flourishes (courtesy of Snøhetta) which are now taking shape, production has officially started. There’s a factory within a factory at Chengdu, a production line in microcosm, which is busy assembling Polestar 1 TT (tooling trial) prototypes at the rate of two cars per day.
The universal mezzanine is in place, which will allow visitors to see the production process for themselves. Even the Brand experience centre is starting to take form. More on that later though. The ambition is to inaugurate the centre, and have it running at full production, by August 2019. More on that later too.
And even at breakneck speed, the attention to detail is never compromised. Walls are kept free of clutter, no unsightly post-its or inappropriate calendars here. Even the font on the forklifts is Polestar Unica77.
The ground was broken on November 20th, 2017. And it’s been non-stop since then. See for yourself in the gallery.
More than the sum of its parts: BST edition 270
Working with others comes with a wealth of advantages. The sharing of expertise, lessons learned, and creating things that would never have been possible while working alone. The Polestar 2 BST edition 270 is one such thing. A passion project brought to you by the best in the business.
COP27: virtual attendance, real results
The Conference of Parties, more commonly known as COP, is the biggest and most important annual conference on climate change. The objective, which is easier said than done, is to gather nations, decision makers and corporations to address ways in how we should tackle the climate crisis. This year marks the 27th edition, held in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. Or in our case, Gothenburg, Sweden. To minimise our environmental impact, we decided to do things a little differently this year.