Volcon Inc. has provided an important update and clarification regarding the development of its eagerly anticipated Stag model.
While Volcon previously announced challenges related to supply chain issues, the company wished to clarify that these challenges are specifically limited to two components. The focus of its attention is on two modules that require minor software and hardware updates. Following completion of the applicable updates, Volcon will enter into a short-term testing phase to ensure proper operation. Volcon’s team is diligently updating and verifying the software associated with these components to ensure they meet the company’s uncompromising standards for quality and performance.
Volcon is pleased to report that the remaining componentry of the Stag is in order, with componentry either on-site or en route for production. The manufacturer’s facility is primed and ready to commence the manufacturing of the vehicles for commerce as soon as the EPM and APM are functioning optimally.
In line with Volcon’s commitment to excellence and national service, the initial shipments of the Stag will be dedicated to fulfilling its orders with the U.S. Army Corps. Volcon believes this underscores its product’s robustness and suitability for demanding applications. Following the fulfillment of this contract, Volcon will begin distribution to the broader public.
Volcon is confident in its timeline and anticipates initiating shipments in the first quarter of 2024. This schedule is informed by the estimated timeline for testing and validation of the EPM and APM and reflects its commitment to deliver a product that not only meets but exceeds expectations in the evolving landscape of electric powersports.
Volcon remains steadfast in its mission to revolutionize electric off-road mobility, and it appreciates the patience and support of its customers and stakeholders as it approaches this exciting milestone.