Polestar 2 continues to develop emotional infotainment experiences with the addition of Prime Video.
It was the first car on the market to feature Google’s Android automotive OS with Google built-in.
Accessible to stream content while parked or charging, Prime Video joins YouTube which launched in Polestar 2 last year.
Since the launch, Polestar and related suppliers have continuously released apps for the car, including Waze, EasyPark, A Better Routeplanner, AccuWeather, Range Assistant, Journey Log and the Performance app for dual-motor cars.
Polestar 2 has also featured the Vivaldi web browser that unlocks web access to other entertainment services that may not yet have a native in-car app.
Thomas Ingenlath, CEO at Polestar said: “The successful launch and integration of Android Automotive OS in Polestar 2 has proven that we can leverage the best navigation and voice control in the business to make life with a Polestar easier.
“The Google Play Store has also gained a rich variety of apps that offer interactivity and entertainment, from playing games to streaming series.”
The launch and ongoing development of Android Automotive OS in Polestar 2, which has been done in close collaboration with Google, has laid the foundations for the brands forthcoming cars.
Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 feature an evolution of the interface with larger screens and more capability. Apps developed for Polestar 2 are planned to be available in future cars as well.