- It will officially be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.
- It should be an all-electric follow-up to the 1 and 2.
- It will likely be fitted with an all-new infotainment system.
There’s little to go on with the image shared by Polestar on its soon to be released Precept Concept. What is most likely to happen is that it will be Polestar’s first all-electric vehicle and the first product to feature the brand’s unique design. The big question is whether or not it’ll be an SUV.
The image you see here is the top view of the Precept leaving everything to imagination. The angle and lighting give nothing away as to the vehicle’s profile – in fact, we can only see the now signature headlights and part of the taillights.
As for styling overall, Polestar indicated some time ago that it will move away from parent-company Volvo’s recognizable design language. We’ll see and learn more about it when the Precept Concept is revealed at a dedicated event hosted on February 25 and then at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
Also part of the Polestar Precept Concept’s story is the introduction of the brand’s all-new in-car Human Design Interface developed in cooperation with Google. Based on the detected driver profile through the Polestar Digital Key, the car will adjust all of its settings to said driver’s preferences, among many other features.