Weeve Triples Fleet of Polestar 2 as EV Subscription Service Expands to Vancouver

Polestar has announced that it will be tripling the number of Polestar 2 vehicles available through Weeve, a Canadian EV subscription service that is expanding into Vancouver.

Weeve, which started in Montreal under the name Louelec in 2020, caters to drivers who work with on-demand taxi and delivery services like Uber, providing them with an opportunity to operate electric vehicles (EVs) on a subscription basis.

Since its launch, Weeve has grown rapidly, adding Ottawa and Toronto to its operational map, and is now expanding into Vancouver. This expansion will lead to a significant boost in its fleet, that will grow from 150 to 450 Polestar 2 cars.

“Polestar is committed to accelerating the move to electric mobility throughout Canada, and the expansion of our collaboration with Weeve will allow more drivers to experience Polestar and our premium EV products. We’re looking forward to working with Weeve as they continue to grow and support rideshare and delivery drivers in the Canadian marketplace,” said Hugues Bissonnette, Head of Polestar Canada.

The CEO of Weeve, Léo Bouisson, said they have seen high demand for the Polestar 2 vehicles currently in their fleet.

“We have been experiencing high demand for the current Polestar 2 vehicles in our fleet. These customers are looking for premium EV options and our entrance into the Vancouver market provides the opportunity to expand our fleet of in-demand Polestar 2 vehicles, ensuring on-demand taxi and delivery drivers have exciting, safe and reliable transportation,” said Bouisson.

Weeve currently offers up to nine electric and hybrid vehicles through its subscription program, including the Polestar 2, Ford Fusion hybrid, Bolt EV, Kia Niro EV, Kona EV, Chevy Bolt EUV, Hyundai Ioniq 5, Chrysler Pacific hybrid, and Tesla Model 3.

Every subscription includes unlimited mileage, insurance, 24h roadside assistance, regular maintenance, 4 season / winter tires, rotation and storage, and more.

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