The Swedish electric car brand Polestar is now ready to take the next step in its entry into the Danish market and is now in the process of entering into a partnership with Pedersen & Nielsen in Aalborg, as one of its three partners in Denmark. In Aalborg, customers will meet a Polestar destination, where they have the opportunity to be introduced to the car, test drive, have it delivered and have service performed.
About the partnership, Henrik Bang, director of Polestar Denmark, says: "I am pleased that Pedersen & Nielsen in Aalborg wants to enter into a partnership with us. We have chosen a competent partner in Pedersen & Nielsen in Aalborg, which I am convinced will ensure that our customers from the start have a fantastic experience with Polestar".
Director Jesper Brix from Pedersen and Nielsen says: "We are happy and proud to represent Polestar. With a location close to the centre of Aalborg, it makes good sense to collaborate with Polestar as the first pure electric car brand in Aalborg. It fits perfectly with the green profile that Aalborg Municipality is trying to build. We look forward to showing our many customers a car that is both fun and in every way environmentally friendly."
Information on the Polestar test drive bookings is provided at Polestar.com.
The Polestar 2 electric cars arriving in Denmark in 2021 come with a highly specified initial package, two electric motors with 300 kW and 660 Nm in total and with the world's first infotainment system powered by Android Automotive OS with integrated Google services. The starting price for the basic Polestar 2 electric car is 60,300 euros.
In the future, the Polestar 3 electric SUV, will join the portfolio in the same way as Polestar Precept (an electric car prototype). The Polestar Precept demonstrates the brand's vision in terms of sustainability, digital technology and future design.