MAHWAH, N.J. – Polestar Cars recently opened its first retail location in the city of Boston. The new Polestar Space, located at 63 North Beacon Street in the famed Allston neighborhood, will offer sales, service, and test drives of the Polestar 2 electric vehicle and reach customers living within a 150-mile radius via a unique pickup and delivery service program.

“We continue to see a growing demand for electric vehicles in Boston, especially following the state of Massachusetts’ commitment to stop selling internal combustion vehicles by 2035, as well as achieving carbon neutrality by 2050,” said Gregor Hembrough, Head of Polestar North America. “We look forward to sharing the Polestar brand with the city of Boston through this new Space and collectively being part of a more sustainable future.”

In partnership with Village Automotive Group, the Polestar Space in Boston will give customers the opportunity to experience Polestar vehicles first-hand and ask questions in a non-traditional retail space. Test drives of the brand’s first all-electric vehicle – Polestar 2 – can be coordinated on-site or at home via Polestar.com/test-drive.

Polestar also offers a convenient home delivery and service program. Customers living within 150 miles of the Polestar Space in Boston can have their Polestar vehicle retrieved and returned for servicing free of charge, enabling a convenient Polestar ownership experience without being troubled by vehicle service appointments.

For those living further than 150 miles from a Polestar Space, Polestar now offers a mobile service program in which a Polestar technician will travel to the owner’s location for minor repairs or software updates. Mobile service can be requested by contacting Polestar Support 24/7 via phone or at polestar.com/contact.

The brand’s retail network is expected to grow to a total of 35 locations across the country by the end of 2022. Polestar Spaces are already open in Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Orange County, Calif.; New York City; Denver, Colorado; Boston; Central and Southern New Jersey; Dallas; Detroit; Minneapolis; Phoenix; and Seattle, with more to follow in Atlanta, Connecticut, South Florida, and Washington D.C.

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