Polestar strongly suggested that hiswas an indicator for the future of the newly coined brand, but now we know it had bigger intentions. The Precept will not only affect Polestar̵
The concept of the big coupé, destined to debut at the Geneva Motor Show, instead got a digital launch when in February the news spread that the European show had pulled the plug, sincepandemic intensified. We didn’t have the pleasure of seeing the Precept in person, but overall, the concept strikes us as a somewhat distinct, if not a little sterile and robotic design. It is also the first Polestar design that is not based on a past , which is refreshing to see in itself.
The long coupe nails the traditional two-door look, but the suicide doors reveal its sedan secret. This is a good thing, since Polestar said it considers China its base. Chinese buyers typically shun traditional coupes. Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polestar, said in a statement that the brand realizes that drivers want to see real change and “not just dreams”. The Precept is intended to be a futuristic dream that becomes reality when it enters production. Just expect him to carry a number plate when he goes out. It is called the first Polestar car. His second car is called 2.
Polestar said development of the vehicle is now underway and it looks like we’re still a long way from actually seeing the first production model hit the road. The company expects a newto assemble the grand coupe, although Polestar hasn’t provided any timeline for the building plans right yet. Hopefully this car will reach the United States to help Polestar really make a statement.
The Polestar Precept EV concept is a look into the brand’s near future