Precept: a rule intended to inform behaviour or thought. In other words, a way of declaring how you mean to proceed. Starting as you mean to go on. Stating your intentions up top. A manifesto. It’s also the name for something that takes all of our ambitions and combines them.
Sometimes, they all come together. All the ambitions, hopes, aspirations, dreams, and plans.
At Polestar, that’s just happened. Our ambitions for sustainability, our plans for technology, and our aspirations for design have all meshed. Mingled. Come together. And we’ve given it a name.
It’s called Polestar Precept.
See for yourself.
Leading the charge: Polestar and Plugsurfing release an app
We need to make the right choice the desirable one. Electric mobility is the right choice. Its benefits, from the environmental to the economical, are obvious. And through design, technology, and innovation, we make the right choice the desirable one. People switch because they want the product, as well as the benefits.
Minimise the compromises: Polestar Precept becomes Polestar 5
From concept to reality. A process every product goes through, one packed with changes and compromises, the watering down of certain details and the wholesale abandonment of others. As a result, the finished product often barely resembles the original idea, the end result being something halfway between the designer’s ambitions and the production capabilities available.