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Aargh...

Q: in 360 degree view, the rear camera is very distorted. However, if you only select the rear camera the view is just fine.
Probably a software update can correct this problem.

A: We appreciate that you’re writing to us about this. If you’re experiencing issues with the 360 degree view, we’d recommend you to reach out to our customer support team on polestar.com/contact/.

I think they've misjudged this entirely.
 

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This just came in from German marketing through the German forum:

The new group is for all Polestar owners and will have the following name: Official Polestar Community.
This group will be a place where Polestar Owners can interact directly with Polestar and other Polestar Owners, exchange feedback, ask questions and receive important Polestar news and updates. We will also be hosting live written Q & As with Polestar specialists, with the first event taking place next week with Beatrice Simonsson (Head of Production Management). More details will be announced soon!

The group will be open to all Polestar owners worldwide and will be conducted in English.

We think starting this group will be a great new way to get in touch with Polestar and share our thoughts and feedback.

Here is the link to the group: www.facebook.com/groups/officialpolestarcommunity/ 10

Please note that the group will be open from April 7th at 9am .
given FB record on personal privacy and security I’ll give that one a miss
 

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Ah ha ha I came here to talk about how explicitly Polestar lays out and makes you agree that this is not for customer support or even “queries” to apply to be let in, and then that’s exactly what every single post is.

I do hope that Polestar takes note about how much their customers feel the need for this kind of outlet though...
 

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I don't mind getting what I want from FB, and I give very little in return. I post nothing that might give anyone a clue, and most demographic info I put on FB (or anywhere on the web for that matter) is my false version of myself. I know what it is for access, but if someone else uses it, I know where it came from and it won't do them much good. The only sites that get the real me are banks and the gov as necessary.
 

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Kinda weird you had to put in your VIN to be admitted
 

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That's at least some assurance that PS is controlling it.
Yes, but it also identifies you fully to the admins. And some of us avoid providing any real personal info on FB (for obvious reasons), and that means your real identity will be revealed.
 

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Yes, but it also identifies you fully to the admins. And some of us avoid providing any real personal info on FB (for obvious reasons), and that means your real identity will be revealed.
It still depends on how much "real" you put on FB. Other than pics and my email, I don't think anything about me on FB is real. I can't remember what else they ask you, but my answers are not real. Heck the only reason I created an email account was to share pics with old friends. I guess if I join this group FB will know I own a P2. My entire life was splayed out by the OMB leak, so there's not much I can keep from scammers anyway. I'm pretty vigilant, and I teach my kids and other relatives the same.
 

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Yes, but it also identifies you fully to the admins. And some of us avoid providing any real personal info on FB (for obvious reasons), and that means your real identity will be revealed.
Considering how much of a dumpster fire of spam groups can quickly become, I'm OK with this as a verification method.
 
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