the 100,000th Polestar 2 has just rolled off the production line.

Two years after the Polestar 2 started production, chassis number 100,000 has just rolled off the production line, an amazing feat for the Swedish marque.

Polestar, a Swedish EV manufacturer, has recently surpassed a key company milestone with the production of the 100,000th Polestar 2.

What makes it even more impressive is that this achievement comes just 2.5 years after the Polestar 2 started production back in mid-2020. Since then, the COVID-19 pandemic has plagued production lines worldwide, and the manufacturing industry remained turbulent even up till today. Therefore, producing that amount of EVs in the time span achieved is nothing short of impressive. Well done Polestar.

The milestone Polestar will be delivered to Ireland and it features unique “100,000th” door decals to crown the achievement and to further identify it as the unique milestone car. Whoever the lucky owner is, please do not peel off this sticker.

Interestingly enough, this milestone unit has the exact same design specifications as the very first Polestar 2 that rolled off the production line back in July 2020. It features Polestar’s signature Thunder colour, and the car sits on 19-inch wheels with a Charcoal interior. Classy.

Since its inception in December 2021, Polestar has sold 152 Polestar 2s thus far in Singapore. That may seem like a small figure, but it is enough to grant Polestar a top-five ranking among premium EVs sold locally. 

Owners do not need to fear about longevity while owning the car long term as well, as the Polestar 2 is able to receive remote over-the-air updates (OTA) to update itself with new functionality or refine existing features.

Thus far, these updates include improvements to overall range, charging speed, the introduction of an eco-climate function, as well as optimising the battery.

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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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