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Volvo has given Polestar an $800 million USD loan over an 18 month term.

The loan includes an option for Volvo Cars to convert to equity on a pro rata basis in a potential future equity raise by Polestar.


Volvo Cars is acting on its commitment to support the growth and development of Polestar by providing financial support in the form of an 18-month term loan, amounting to a total of USD 800M. The loan includes an option for Volvo Cars to convert to equity on a pro rata basis in a potential future equity raise by Polestar.

The loan amount from Volvo Cars is on par with the direct and indirect financial and liquidity support that Polestar’s other major shareholder, PSD Investment, is providing.

This package, alongside other planned financing activities by Polestar, provides the company with sufficient funds through 2023.

Volvo Cars established Polestar as a new electric vehicle focused brand and is the largest institutional shareholder in the company. Volvo Cars holding in Polestar amounts to 48.3 per cent.

“Polestar is our affiliate brand and an important business partner, as it plays a key role in our strategic direction to become fully electric by 2030 and shape the future of mobility,” said Johan Ekdahl, Chief Financial Officer, Volvo Cars. He added, “The financial support provided by us along with Polestar’s other main owner will ensure Polestar remains steadfast on further delivering on its ambitions as a performance EV car brand.”

Volvo Cars strong balance sheet, liquidity and cash position allows Volvo Cars to support Polestar and at the same time, execute Volvo Cars’ own long term growth and transformation plans.
 
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