There are very few things a car can’t do these days, but only that Really What to do is stop and Go when we want. It looks like 2,200 Polstar 2s are currently being recalled because they have completely closed their own contract and failed to restart.
The initial report came from a Swedish publication Today’s industry, The car comes to a complete halt due to motion glitches and software errors. Today’s industry Three Swedish customers reported being affected, with the Swedish-Chinese company recalling a total of 2,200 models currently in the hands of consumers.
From Brent Ellis Confirmed by Polstar’s PR department Today’s industry Such as brakes and steering The cars work even after closing, so the owners were able to avoid serious accidents. They can’t restart the car and have to pull it off.
While the certification that the exact parts stopped working was not really disclosed to anyone, Ellis confirmed that it had an impact Components are “very security-critical.” In other words, some very important features are being shut down. Polstar remembers all 2s.
We are too Reached Polstar for comment and will be updated as soon as we hear back.
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Some Written by Pollstar 2 owners Within EVs To share their own experiences. One said that the “Polstar space manager” was “a safety device that connects the high voltage and the rear engine”, which resulted in the rear drivetrain being demolished.
Some Pollstar 2 owners receive an error message alert regarding problems with the “drive system” before closing their car. The others saw nothing.
T thoughHe had a similar problem with the Tesla Model 3 after that Release, The Pollstar situation seems to be more complicated. In the case of Tesla, the battery needs to be replaced. In Pollstars, Ellis was found not to have affected all Cars are having trouble with the battery. The problem needs to be fully identified.
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