Electric cars are becoming more and more popular. The world’s automotive leaders are competing in more and more ecological machines. Polestar could be worse and has confirmed that it intends to put its latest electric car concept into production. The presentation took place at the recently held Beijing International Auto Show. Volvo’s daughter company did not hold back on promises and assured that the car will enter the production lines in Asia soon. The Polestar Order, as this model should be called, is an interesting combination of the latest technology and ecology. Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Polestar, described the new model as: “Stunning. Fascinating. Pioneering innovation. We’d love to see it on the road.”
Polestar has confirmed that it intends to put its latest electric car concept into production. Volvo’s daughter company did not hold back on promises and assured that the car will enter the production lines in Asia soon. The Polestar Order, as this model should be called, is an interesting combination of the latest technology and ecology.
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In the automotive industry, it is common for companies to present visions and concepts of cars that are never produced. Everyone was excited when the Polestar 1 model used in Need For Speed Heat was reproduced in real form and the whole production went very well. Now work begins on the Polestar Precept model, an attractive and ecological machine. Initially, it is worth noting that ecology is not only about a full electric car. The car will use recycled parts. The interior – modern, design and elegant – will be made of plastic obtained from bottles, packaging or even fishing nets. In other words, what is spreading in the seas and oceans around the world.
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Polestar cares a lot about the environment. He relies on carbon neutrality, which is why car production will take place in China. There, many factories and concerns pride themselves on being “eco” in a high way. The CEO of Polestar, Thomas Ingenlath, emphasized during the presentation that the company strives to reduce the impact of production on the environment and that even the name of the model is a metaphor for the changes that should be made in the future. In his opinion, consumers also want to fight for the environment and climate neutrality.
Besides being environmentally friendly, Precept is more than just “technology”. The car should be supported by a semi-autonomous operating system, Android software, two interactive displays and a whole “army” of cameras and sensors. Unfortunately, the details of the specifications, the exact release date and, above all, the price – are currently shrouded in mystery. We just have to wait and keep our fingers crossed. The vision of the company and the ambitious program are very interesting and worth considering, and in the near future, perhaps more concerns will join the “pro-eco” group.