I assume no more info from the shop about how your car's progress?Seems I'm not the only one : Polestar 2 Owners Report Weird Glitch That Makes The Cars Stop Driving
It's hard to stop yourself because there aren't a lot of good options out there. Three years from now no new entrant will be able to get away with this because the market will pass them by.Um, why the hell am I buying this car and how do I stop myself from making this stupid mistake? I‘ve been laughing at Tesla boards because I knew my Swedish engineered Polestar would be so much better. What a clown show.
Yea, I guess that is where I am. I would look at the Mustang, but I can’t wait that long. I may snap soon though.It's hard to stop yourself because there aren't a lot of good options out there. Three years from now no new entrant will be able to get away with this because the market will pass them by.
Clearly you've never been divorced!!I'm realising all the cognitive biases that made me choose this car and wonder if I've done the most expensive mistake of my life.
did you kindly let them know of the location of your P*2 in their garage and not yours?Well now it's official, here's the mail I received today. I just want to make it clear that I am posting this in a positive perspective and to inform and share with other Polestar users. It can be seen here that Polestar has finally taken action, so don't panic ;-)
(automatic translation ... [At Polestar, your safety is our top priority. In addition to thorough testing and monitoring during production, we constantly monitor our vehicles for possible malfunctions or problems. We study all reports on a daily basis and make finding solutions our priority.
Research into 2 specific problems that affected a very small number of Polestar 2s led us to take the decision to issue 2 safety recalls on a selection of cars in Belgium. Including your Polestar 2.
The first problem that could affect your car is a safety issue. This involves a loss of propulsion while driving, causing your car to brake suddenly. If this happens, your steering and brakes, as well as the main safety features, will remain functional. You must activate the car's SOS function, using the button on your overhead console, to request roadside assistance.
Due to the nature of these problems, and to ensure your safety, your car requires a manual software update, which should be carried out as soon as possible at an authorised Polestar service point.
The second problem does not have a security incident. We have discovered that your car's headlights may have been incorrectly adjusted during the preparation of your car prior to delivery to the Polestar Handover Center. As a result, the low beam headlights may be shining too brightly, which can dazzle oncoming vehicles. The solution to this problem is to manually adjust the headlights to the correct level. This setting will be inspected and, if necessary, adjusted as part of the activity required for the safety recall mentioned above. The entire procedure (i.e., software update and headlight adjustment) takes up to 90 minutes.
A physical copy of this e-mail will be sent to you.
In order to ensure that updates are carried out as quickly as possible, we invite you to book an interview with your nearest Polestar service point. You will find the contact information for your Polestar Service Point here. We recommend that you make an appointment as soon as possible.]....
I have just received the answer from the garage: disassembled car ready to receive the part that has not yet arrived. And yes, my garage is desperately empty... I hope this "interlude" will be over this week ...did you kindly let them know of the location of your P*2 in their garage and not yours?
supposed to come back this week?
Is this just you, or is this part of the recall? Because this is not just sw, and I don't recall the recall mentioning anything about parts needed.I have just received the answer from the garage: disassembled car ready to receive the part that has not yet arrived. And yes, my garage is desperately empty... I hope this "interlude" will be over this week ...