The automotive sector has been rapidly changing, and we can all see that with the increase in electric vehicles. Carmakers are constantly making an effort to emphasize the importance of technological development and sourcing to ensure that EVs are compliant with not only the standards of the organization but also the planet.
Polestar has caught the eye of many consumers, so the firm raised its target number of sales to 65,000 globally. The company's Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Ingenlath, says, "we have revisited materials and processes that go into making Polestar 2, introducing updates that reduce the climate impact and increase material traceability of this award-winning car."
Currently, the firm is working on its Polestar 2 model, trying to improve the design and functionality to make it more efficient in operation. The company is even promoting a "vegan first" approach because the interior is made of responsibly-sourced materials.
"We require that all leather used in Polestar products live up to the strictest standards on animal welfare and the Five Freedoms*, as well as being fully traceable and chrome-free," says Polestar's Head of Sustainability, Fredrika Klarén.