Polestar is launching a new referral program to encourage customers to recommend their car to other potential buyers. This scheme offers both buyers and introducers a number of prizes, including unique sketches from one of Polestar’s designers.
“We’re thinking about this. You can easily take advantage of the popular NFT routes to create bespoke digital artwork, but until you get the real eco-friendly benefits of using NFTs. “Wait,” said Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polestar. “Given their suspicious sustainability qualifications and our desire to make each sketch concrete so that it can be attached to a special location, we will provide the actual sketches instead.”
Other rewards offered to existing customers who introduce their brand to their customers are those worn by Polestar’s crew, credit billing, and Houdini PowerHoudis such as the Google Nest Hub and Nest Mini bundles.
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Gifts available to people in South Korea, the United States, and parts of Europe (Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Finland, United Kingdom) vary by region. Billing credits are offered to Korean and European customers, while Google Bundles are for Americans.
To make the pot a little sweeter, new customers will also receive rewards under the new referral program. Customers in Europe and South Korea will be provided with local utility credits worth € 100 (current exchange rate 132,778 won / US $ 107). American customers, on the other hand, can take advantage of the same Google Nest bundles as existing customers.
This system works by allowing owners to generate a unique referral code within their Polestar account. You can then link to your new customer’s account before placing an order. When purchasing a vehicle, the customer receives a gift.
“Customers are the biggest supporters of EV adoption,” says Ingenlath. “They are the foundation of the Polestar community and enthusiastically become brand ambassadors. We appreciate their ongoing commitment to the brand and hope to reward them in creative ways. I’m out. “