Polestar has confirmed that it’ll put the Precept concept car into production, most probably arriving in showrooms in 2023. The Precept had previously been intended to take center stage at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2020, before the event was canceled due to coronavirus restrictions.
The production version of the Precept electric saloon will likely rival models such as the Tesla Model S and Porsche Panamera. As with Polestar’s other cars, chances are it’ll be built on the same SPA2 mechanical platform that it shares with some Volvo cars.
Speaking to DrivingElectric, Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath explained that the production version of the Precept will fit into the brand’s numerical naming system, but stopped short of saying which number it’d carry: “We will not change our nomenclature that quickly,” he said. “But as a codeword for us to work with until it gets into production, let’s call it Precept.”
The car won’t be ready for production for some time, as Ingenlath…