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Hoping to take delivery in the UK of a Polestar 2 in next 2 weeks on a lease.

Couple of things, I see the options include car mats - does anyone know if the car comes with any at all?

Also need to sort a home charging pod system - any reccomendations (we only have 2 phase)

thanks in advance
 

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Hoping to take delivery in the UK of a Polestar 2 in next 2 weeks on a lease.

Couple of things, I see the options include car mats - does anyone know if the car comes with any at all?

Also need to sort a home charging pod system - any reccomendations (we only have 2 phase)

thanks in advance
The car comes as standard with fibrous mats. If you opt for the paid mats, you get rubber mats.
 

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Hoping to take delivery in the UK of a Polestar 2 in next 2 weeks on a lease.

Couple of things, I see the options include car mats - does anyone know if the car comes with any at all?

Also need to sort a home charging pod system - any reccomendations (we only have 2 phase)

thanks in advance
Here is a picture of the optional paid for mats.

 

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As for chargers the search button is your friend.

 

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The standard mats are fine . Wait delivery and then see how you go. Re home charging there is a thread on the forum .. oddly if you put ‘home charging’ in the search box you will find it. Absolutely no offence meant - I was given the same advice once. Being pedantic though there are only single phase and 3 phase supplies and very few of us in the UK have 3 phase. I have a Wallbox but lots seem to recommend Ohme which allows to watch for low tariffs. YouTube EVM has a video on this . Anderson is expensive but pretty. Only advice is ensure it has an app and doesn’t need an earth rod (not sure if any do now). Enjoy the ride.
 

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Also be aware that there's an increasing backlog for getting EV points fitted and I think the Andersen is on about a 6-8 week lead time at the moment so you might want to get something booked pretty soon.
 
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