On the roadshow rolls. The Polestar roadshow brings our cars to the people, letting people get up close with our products while picking the brains of Polestar experts. And in Frankfurt, the cube found itself smack in the middle of Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, also known as the International Motor Show Germany (or IAA).
There are colour and material samples, there are atelier tables, there are screens where you can configure cars to your liking. Technical specifications decorate the floor, components adorn the walls. All housed in a traveling version of our headquarters. A white cube.
Art communicates. It resonates with us all in a way that few of us can fully articulate. The medium doesn’t matter either. Whether sculpture or song, acrylics or alabaster, art provokes a reaction. As such, it’s an incredibly powerful way to deliver a message, directly accessing the audience’s emotions and creating a connection. Which is exactly why Thijs Biersteker does what he does.
In the Baroque period, musicians experimented with new sounds and cadence, pushing the boundaries of musical complexity. In an era driven by innovation, composers like Vivaldi pioneered new techniques that stand as works of art even today. It should come as no surprise then, that the Vivaldi web browser is the pioneering browser now available for the native Android Automotive OS of the ever-evolving Polestar 2.