Beautiful, bold, aggressive are a few words that characterize the Polestar Precept electric Concept. After the plug-in hybrid “1” and the pure electric “2” Polestar impresses with a new purely electric concept.
Precept is a 4-door fastback and designate at least, showing an attempt to distance itself from the native Volvo. The concept that will premiere at the Geneva Motor Show has futuristic design and looks ready to go into production!
Forward luminaries are clearly Polestar’s version of Volvo’s Thor’s Hammer style. At the back, a thin stripe runs through the entire width of the bodywork in the classic minimalist theme of the Swedish brand. It is also evident that the aerodynamics had a significant influence on the design, both with the low front splitter and the large airway on the car bonnet.
Although Precept is a prototype, engineers also paid attention to the cabin. We don’t just mean the new entertainment and information system that uses a vertically positioned 15-inch screen. But also a 12.5-inch digital instrument panel or synthetic materials that reduce weight by 50% compared to those traditionally used.
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The wheelbase reaches 3.1 meters offering plenty of space for passengers, back in particular. The exterior mirrors have been replaced with cameras, while in place of the central mirror inside the vehicle there is a screen.
The Polestar Precept electric Concept features an interesting technology with the “Smartzone” grille replacing the traditional one. There it hosts all the sensors necessary for the operation of safety and driving assistance systems.
LiDAR is mounted on the roof while Polestar’s partnership with Google further enhances the way the driver and passengers interact. Precept will also support over-the-air updates for the software and operating system, while providing high levels of personalization.
With this concept, Polestar is building a strong future in electric vehicles and it would be very positive for Precept to see the way to production soon.