Electric Polestar 3 and Volvo EX90 are delayed.  We know the reason

Electric Polestar 3 and Volvo EX90 are delayed. We know the reason

Both the Polestar 3 and the Volvo EX90 are cars that are being awaited by many fans of electric cars. Unfortunately, we don’t have good news for electronics enthusiasts at this time.

These are very interesting cars

The Polestar 3 was shown in October 2022, almost immediately gaining a lot of interest due to its design. Yes, it’s another SUV, but you can’t deny the more sporty claw. Added to this is even 510 hp, all-wheel drive, and a large battery with a capacity of 111 kWh, which will translate to a distance of 610 km. There were also modern technologies on board, and the screens inside provide access to Android Automotive.

Polestar 3
(feat. Polestar)

Volvo EX90, which we met officially a month after the Polestar 3 model, is more reduced, although the design is modern and low. Here, the manufacturer boasts of advanced security systems, but no one will complain about the lack of power. Two electric motors produce 517 hp, which is sent to the front and rear axles. Added to this is a 111 kWh battery with a range of up to 600 kilometers per charge.

Unfortunately, you will have to wait a little longer

According to the latest news, the market debut of both electric vehicles will be delayed. Production of the Polestar 3 is scheduled to begin in early 2024, and the Volvo EX90 will debut in the first half of next year. This means that customers who would like to buy one of these electric cars will have to wait longer.

Polestar, which is based on Volvo (ie both brands share a lot of technology), he informedthat Volvo needs more time to develop software and test the new electric vehicle platform. Apparently, not everything is still at a level that would satisfy the Swedish company, known for the high quality and high demand of the cars it sells.

Volvo EX90
EX90 (ft. Volvo)

The later-than-expected launch of the Polestar 3 model will have additional consequences. Well, the company intends to cut employment by 10% as part of its cost-cutting efforts. Global employment restrictions will also be introduced, and the production forecast for 2023 will be reduced to 60-70 thousand. cars instead of the previous 80,000. pieces.

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