Company announced Chinese Electric Vehicle Industry (PolestarAbout the Polestar Precept sedan entering production.
The company had revealed in February the concept of this policy, which was distinguished With a contemporary design and an interior filled with sustainable materials.
As with most concepts, it was unclear if the car would turn out to be real.
Polestar began as a performance sub-brand of Volvo and is now one of the most interesting Chinese electric car companies on the market.
The company, jointly owned by Volvo and Geely, the parent company of Volvo, is currently delivering the Polestar 2, an electric sedan with Android Automotive, to customers in Europe and North America.
(Android Automotive) is a version of the Android operating system from The GoogleIt is specifically designed for use in car dashboards, and was introduced in March 2017 and developed by Google and Intel, along with car manufacturers, such as Volvo and Audi.
Also encouraging is Polestar’s commitment to sustainability. When the company first spoke about the Polestar Precept, they made it clear that it is environmentally friendly.
The car has interior panels made of linen-based compounds, the seats are 3D-woven from recycled polyethylene terephthalate bottles, the pillars and headrests are made from recycled cork vinyl, and the carpet is made from reclaimed fishing nets.
Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polestar, said in a statement: “Consumers want to see change in this industry, not just dreams.
“We are committed to minimizing the environmental impact of our cars and our businesses, and the goal should be climate neutrality, although I realize that this is a long-term goal,” he added.
Polestar strived for deeper integration with Android Automotive The car will recognize the driver when approaching it and automatically equip his favorite apps and settings.
The Google Assistant recognizes more languages, including local dialects, and is able to have more natural conversations.
Polestar also imagines that video streaming has become a larger component of the in-car experience while standing or while charging.
There is no information yet on when the Polestar Precept will go into production, and the company has refused to release relevant specifications, such as price, battery size, range and engine configuration.