For the sake of appearances: Polestar 2 lowering kit
Too often, things get dismissed as only being there “for decoration”.
And though we’re ardent believers in minimalism, that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate the occasional change made for aesthetic purposes. It’s nice when something looks nice.
Enter the lowering kit.
An aftermarket option* available for the Performance pack-equipped Polestar 2 only, the lowering kit consists of springs which lower the car by 20 mm. Log in, buy in the Extras web shop, contact Polestar Support to book a time, spend four hours doing whatever it is you do when you have four hours on your hands, and return to pick up a Polestar 2 with an even sportier ride height than before. The good news is that this alteration won’t affect the range, responsiveness, or performance. The bad news is that this alteration won’t affect the range, responsiveness, or performance. It’s purely cosmetic.
And what’s so wrong with that?
*This is only available for cars that are already on the road and cannot be added when configuring a Polestar 2.
Hollywood turns electric: can EVs light up the silver screen?
Hollywood stars come and go. Hollywood cars are the same. The vehicles we see on the big and small screen can make their mark on our consciousness, but they can also slip by almost unnoticed. When they do create that lasting resonance, they take on a character of their own, creating a legacy that never fades. After Polestar 3 appeared in the HBO hit series Succession, we spoke to Hollywood insiders to find out if an electric car can reach that same level of fame.