The big presentation of Polestar’s Precept concept was to have taken place at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show last March. That fell though, of course, but the boldly designed sedan has managed to grab more than its share of attention nonetheless. Jaw-dropping looks will do that…
Now, we learn that the gorgeous concept will in fact be turned into a gorgeous production model. This was confirmed this week by the head of Polestar, Thomas Ingenlath, when he addressed media at the Beijing auto show.
For the moment, Polestar is being stingy with details, but we do know that the coupe-style sedan will be built at a new plant in China. We also know that the prototype’s overtly eco-friendly interior will survive largely intact to the production version. It features recycled materials that fit into the brand’s philosophy that it hopes will help set it apart from other players in the industry.
And, given the big cheers that greeted the presentation of the Polestar Precept, it’s a safe bet that the exterior design of the production version won’t be very different either. The fledgling brand’s future flagship sedan will thus inherit the same angular chassis and 22-inch alloy wheels we’ve seen on the embryonic Precept.