Polestar 2: Vehicle Guide

Find out more about the Polestar 2 and how to make the most of it on your Mevo trip

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Distinctive in its design, the Polestar 2 combines minimalistic style with state-of-the-art technology; from its light up door handles to the most unique and futuristic gear shifter we’ve ever seen. We think you’re going to love driving all-electric - with instant torque, easy one-pedal control, and regenerative braking - it’s truly the future.

Our Mevo fleet stocks Standard Range Polestar 2.


$30/hr or $150/day. Charging costs are included.

Please note: Rates above do not include possible surcharges. Check our pricing page for more pricing info.

Set Up

Before you drive, make sure you're comfortable and familiar with the key controls 🎚

The Polestar is designed to be driven with one pedal. Tap the 🚘 icon at the top of the infotainment screen to access the drive settings. We recommend a standard driving profile with Creep off.

  • Adjust your seat with the buttons on the side of the seat.

  • Indicators are on the left of the steering wheel.

  • Adjust your mirrors by using tapping L or R on the side of the door and then using the joy stick.
    💡 If you’re driving or parking in a tight space, you can set the side mirrors to automatically fold in. Press the L and R buttons at the same time and release after about one second. 💡

  • Access climate control settings by swiping up from the bottom of the infotainment screen ⬇️

Apps & Bluetooth Connect

Apps are accessed by by tapping the four squares at the top of the infotainment screen. Select Bluetooth to connect your device.


The Polestar turns on automatically when you sit in the driver's seat.

To start: press and hold the brake pedal, select D or R, start driving

To stop: ensure the car is stationary, the parking brake will apply when you open the driver's door, the car will turn off when you leave the vehicle.

Parking on a hill: apply the parking Brake before leaving the vehicle to prevent it from moving ⬇️

EV Charging

All EV's on our fleet have a minimum range of 200km when fully charged. Range estimates based on current battery level are visible in the Mevo app for all available EV vehicles. Check out our EV Best Practices to make the most of the range available to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to recharge before I end trip?
Any vehicle returned with electricity/fuel below 10% that can't be relocated to a supported charging/fuelling location and needs to be towed may be subject to a critical energy fee. This can include any costs incurred from towing of the vehicle plus a $35 administration charge.

What if my vehicle has low charge when I start my trip?
All vehicles visible in-app are required to have at least 20% fuel or EV battery. 20% charge in the Polestar 2 will be more than enough for most Mevo Trips within the Home Zone.

I am planning a long trip. How do I find a vehicle with over 50% charge?
If you do find yourself wanting to go on a long trip, hit the 🚘 icon in-app (top right corner) and select your fuel % threshold, i.e. 50%). You'll only see vehicles with the threshold % or higher.

Does the Polestar 2 come with a portable charger?

No, our EV's do not come with a charger. Instead, our app is integrated with the ChargeNet network around the country. Simply select recharge while on trip for directions to the nearest ChargeNet station and follow the instructions in-app.

Will I still be charged for trip costs while I am recharging?
Yes, you will be charged for trip costs while recharging a vehicle. This is because as soon as you unlock your Mevo to start a trip, this vehicle will be only accessible to your account and not be available for anyone else's. Billing will stop when you return the vehicle to an approved parking zone and end trip.

The infotainment screen is asking for a PIN. What do I do?
Hit "Log Out" twice when on the log in screen to return to the general infotainment display.

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