Good news for those who liked the Precept Concept, Polestar’s uniquely designed study model that was unveiled at the beginning of this year. Polestar confirms that the Precept is going into production!
Polestar describes the Precept Concept that made its digital debut at the end of February as a commitment car, and by that the manufacturer says to mean that the study model was more than just a concept car. That sounds very good, of course, but there is also a more concrete side to the story. Polestar reports that the Precept will actually get a production version!
The strikingly designed carriage of the Precept Concept therefore does not seem to have been a one-off exercise. The design language that was cast over the show car shows the design direction Polestar is heading in the coming years. In addition, Polestar says the ‘sustainable materials’ with which the show car was stuffed also gave a hint of what is to come. The interior of the Precept was finished with materials made from things like recycled PET bottles, fishing nets and cork vinyl.
The final production version of the Precept will run off the production line in China. A new production facility is being set up for the production of the model. Incidentally, the now well-known Polestar 1 and Polestar 2 are also produced in China. Like the Polestar 2 and all future Polestar models, the 1 is a plug-in hybrid, the Precept will get an electric powertrain.