Polestar to unveil new Precept electric concept vehicle

Polestar, a Swedish automotive brand partly owned by Volvo, is planning a special event ahead of the Geneva Motor Show in early March to unveil a new concept electric vehicle (EV).

Few details have been published so far about the new EV, dubbed the Precept, but will “show[s] the direction that Polestar is heading in,” according to a statement from the company.

Polestar did release the official preview image above, showing the angled LED headlights and wraparound lightbar. Those are signature features from the company’s Polestar 1 and soon-to-be released Polestar 2.

The Precept is expected to be based on the Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) platform, first developed by Volvo. It is not known if this will be a sedan or SUV, but Polestar says the design “shapes the future of Polestar’s look and feel.

h/t [Autocar]

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