On Saturday Polestar revealed that the previously introduced concept model Precept will be going into production. The four-doored sedan, that was initially showcased back in February, is not only sustainable in its fully electric engine. The interior is built and tailored with the help of recycled materials such as old PET Bottles, reclaimed fishing nets and recycled cork vinyl. The Precept is one step in Polestar’s road to climate neutrality.
— Consumers want to see change from this industry — not just dreams. Now, Precept becomes an even stronger statement. We are committed to reducing the environmental impact of our cars and our business. The aim has to be climate neutrality, even though I recognize that is a long-term goal, comments Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO in a statement.
Other than the impressive exterior and interior design that is showcased in Polestar’s official pictures, not much information is available. Polestar did not release any information regarding the Precept’s prize, nor any information about battery size, range or motor specs. But the fact that the car will leave the drawing board and hit the Chengdu manufacturing facility in China is palpable and good news.