Sino-Swedish Automotive Electric vehicle brand ‘Polestar’ jointly owned by Volvo Cars and its parent, China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding on Thursday, said it is recalling the new Polestar 2 sedan for the second time in a month.
Polestar which made its last recall on October 2 after several automobiles had lost power and stopped running. So, the firm is voluntarily recalling almost 4,600 motor cars over what has been described as faulty inverters and the company said in a statement that all affected customers will be informed.
In an announcement, the company said the Polestar has initiated a voluntary safety recall and a service campaign that contains several updates for Polestar 2 vehicles and the recall involves the replacement of faulty inverters on most delivered customer vehicles. The firm also said that the inverters transform the stored energy in the battery into the power required by the electric motors and its required hardware can be done in a single service visit.
The Swedish-based electric vehicle automaker has started producing the Polestar 2 sedans this year in China and will sell them in the United States of America, Europe and China.
Moreover, the organization said the automobile requires service for its High Voltage Coolant Heater (HVCH) and the HVCH is responsible for both cabin and high voltage battery heating. Besides, the Faulty parts fitted to early production cars need to be replaced and the total number of affected automobiles delivered to customers is 3150.
However, the automotive electric vehicle brand ‘Polestar’ has faced some early headwinds and the company made its last recall on October 2 after several cars had abruptly stopped while driving and during an interview at TC sessions, the firm’s CEO Thomas lngenlath said at the time that none of the reported cases happened in the US, nor any of the damaged affected automobiles involved in an accident. That obstruction was, additionally, fixed with a software update.