(Reuters) – Electric vehicle maker Polestar, owned by Volvo Cars and its parent China’s Geely, is recalling its new Polestar 2 cars for the second time in a month, it said on Thursday.
The company, which made its last recall on Oct. 2 after several cars had lost power and stopped running, is recalling close to 4,600 vehicles due to a faulty component.
“Polestar has initiated a voluntary safety recall and a service campaign that contains a number of updates for Polestar 2 vehicles,” the firm said in statement.
“The recall involves the replacement of faulty inverters on most delivered customer vehicles,” Polestar said, adding the hardware updates can be done in a single workshop visit.
The Sweden-based automaker started producing its Polestar 2 sedans this year in China and sells them in Europe and the United States as well as China.
Reporting by Helena Soderpalm; editing by Niklas Pollard