Polestar Precept: EV that's Sustainable
Debuts at 2020 Geneva Auto Show
The Polestar Precept is a highly advanced, all electric vehicle that's being called "the EV of the Future". Polestar is a Volvo owned company that is just starting to establish its brand, The Polestar Precept will be unveiled at the upcoming 2020 Geneva Auto Show. The 4-door grand tourer concept contains eye tracking technology, a highly advanced digital interface and a uniquely sustainable interior.
The all electric vehicle has interior panels and seat backs made of a flax based natural fiber. The fiber results in a 50% reduction in weight and an 80% reduction in plastic waste. The car seats are made from 3D knitted recycled plastic bottles. The carpets are made from recycled fishing nets.
There's a 15 inch touchscreen in the center of the cabin. And, there's a 12.5 inch display in front of the driver. Smart sensors monitor the driver's eyes and adjust the display content appropriately.
Ready to Go Autonomous
This EV has no side mirrors. They are replaced by cameras on the exterior. To get ready to go autonomous, there's a Lidar pod on the roof and radar sensors and HD cameras in the grille. Polestar is launching itself as a new brand. It very recently released Polestar 1, which is a 600 horsepower hybrid grand tourer and Polestar 2, an all-electric sedan. It is about to release Polestar 3, an all electric SUV.