They are already built but there remains the arduous task of delivering 20,000 vehicles in just a few days.
Volvo’s spin-off brand, Polestar, is already considered one of the most important brands to be reckoned with in this new electric car paradigm.
Polestar, which belongs to the Chinese group Geely, has only needed one 100% electric car on the market, the Polestar 2, to demonstrate what they are capable of and it seems that its acceptance in the market is more than positive.
According to figures provided by the manufacturer itself, they expect to close the year 2022 with deliveries exceeding 50,000 units.
But the most remarkable thing of all is that Polestar has already manufactured all those vehicles to reach that magical figure, now it just needs to deliver them.
In the first 9 months of 2022, Polestar has delivered a total of 30,4000 Polestar 2s worldwide, and for this last quarter it has the logistical challenge of delivering almost 20,000 vehicles, something that is not easy but which the company hopes to achieve, since the hardest part (manufacturing them) has already been done.
Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath gave an interview to Yahoo Finance where he announced the aforementioned achievable target.
“The main message for me is that we are on track to deliver 50,000 cars this year. So the cars are produced, they are on their way to customers, and we are cruising to the end of the year, delivering these cars.”
On top of all this, Polestar is already working on increasing its electric vehicle offering, which as of today boils down to just one model, the Polestar 2.
The next to arrive will be the Polestar 3 electric SUV, an SUV that was recently unveiled and left very good impressions and is set to be a sales success in this well-defined segment.
This indicates that over the next few years, its production and sales capacity is expected to continue to grow at very high levels.
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