2,200 Polestar 2 EVs just got recalled over a software defect that can cause them to shut off randomly
October 6, 2020 | software | No Comments
- Geely, the parent company behind Polestar and Volvo, recalled about 2,200 Polestar 2s over a software defect, Reuters reported via Swedish financial paper Dagens Industri.
- The defect can cause the cars to lose power and stop running, even while they are driving.
- The recall only affects Polestar 2s in China and certain parts of Europe. Cars in the US and Canada are not affected.
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The brand-new, Tesla-challenging Polestar 2 EV just got hit with a major recall. Don’t worry if you’re in North America, though. The recall is only for cars in China and certain parts of Europe.
Geely, the parent company of Polestar and Volvo, recalled about 2,200 2s over a software defect, Reuters reported on Saturday, citing Swedish financial outlet Dagens Industri. The defect caused “several cars” to lose