Polestar Additionals web shop

Great brands have great fans. You simply can’t have one without the other. So, when our fans asked for Polestar products, we listened.

In our online shop you can buy a design book about the creation process of the Polestar 2 full electric.

The Polestar Additionals web shop was launched to a wider fan base during the IAA in Munich, following an initial exclusive pre-launch for the Polestar community earlier in the summer.

The web shop contains branded products such as Polestar t-shirts and brand stickers. And for those who wish to bring their Polestar back into the house, there are coffee table books that tell the story of Polestar 1 and Polestar 2, as well as scale models of both models and several art prints from in-house product photography. 

As always, we focus on sustainability when developing both our products and their packaging. This is why our collaboration with Houdini is integral to the Additionals web shop, allowing us to offer Houdini/Polestar sweatshirts (in which at least 50% of the fibers come from recycled sources, like recycled clothes or PET bottles) and a strictly limited number of  Power Houdis (envisioned for our most devoted fans). 

We will keep expanding and improving our additionals range over time. And who knows, we might even drop some surprising products in limited numbers with brand partners every now and then. First out is our take on the CAKE city commuter:  Makka – Polestar edition by CAKE *.

Additionals.polestar.com. For the fans. Keep making us great.


Makka – Polestar edition by CAKE.

*Makka – Polestar edition by CAKE will be available in the following selected markets at launch: Sweden, Germany, Norway, UK, Netherlands and Switzerland. Further markets will follow in due course.


Kindred spirits: GANNI

With a shared commitment to breaking with convention, Polestar teamed up with Danish fashion brand GANNI for Copenhagen Fashion Week. We spoke with GANNI Founder Nicolaj Reffstrup about moral obligations, innovative low-carbon solutions and coming out as not sustainable.