Polestar, the luxury electric car brand owned by Volvo, has pressed the button to adapt its exciting concept model Precept to serial production.
Polestar, the luxury electric car brand owned by Volvo , has pressed the button to adapt its exciting concept model Precept to serial production. The fully electric luxury sedan model, which will be positioned in the market as a competitor to Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S, contains important clues about how cars with zero emissions will look in the future.
The manufacturer, who opened the Polestar 2 hatchback model for pre-order in the USA, is working feverishly to deliver this model. Polestar 3 is planned to start selling in 2021. This model, which has come to intensify the competition in the SUV segment, where sales are quite high, will be particularly assertive in the US market.
Let’s get to the Precept model. As a matter of fact, it was always a matter of curiosity whether this car would one day go into mass production. Finally, within the scope of the Beijing Motor Show 2020, Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath said “People said ‘We want’, we decided to do it,” and gave the good news that Precept will become a reality.
The Precept model is almost the same size as the Porsche Panamera. Polestar, who rolled up his sleeves for a GT model that will not regret its driver, both in style and performance, has also adjusted the rear knee and overhead distance of the car in fastback form. At least the concept designs are like this for now.
The car, which stands out with its fabric made of recycled pet bottles, will begin production in China. No information has been shared yet regarding its price, hardware options, electric motor, battery component and range.