"It handles and rides with real sophistication…and just oozes cool.” Yes, that’s how we all feel about the Polestar 2. That should be shocking to none. It’s the embodiment of all our current ambitions. But when it comes to an objective look, we might be too close. We can’t see the forest for the golden brake callipers.
What we needed to hear was impartial, unbiased feedback. We needed to expose the Polestar 2 to objective scrutiny. Therefore, we sent out the signal, and invited the press to Hällered to drive a Polestar 2 prototype. Journalists from the UK, Germany, Norway, the US, and China braved the howling winds and shimmering sheets of rain which pass for autumn weather in Sweden to drive the Polestar 2. And what they had to say was a resounding confirmation of our own opinions. That opening quote, in fact, is not from someone here at Polestar, but comes courtesy of Top Gear. See a smattering of other quotes below, and click on said quotes to read the articles.
The hypothesis: Polestar 2 looks at home in any environment. The reasoning: Polestar 2’s minimalistic, modern design is the logical next step from Polestar 1, which was proven to look good against any backdrop during a previous photo contest. So, to test our hypothesis, we held the contest again, with Polestar 2 as the subject.
Energy can take many shapes and forms. Thermal. Radiant. Negative or positive (optimism for the win). And the same goes for the energy temporarily stored in your EV’s battery. It may be green. Or not at all. It all comes down to how you charge your car.