You don't always need to know everything. At least, not while you're driving. Precept's human-machine interface (HMI) only displays what's needed, when it's needed.
Vivid, colorful, gamified screens seem to be all the rage when it comes to "improving the in-car experience." But they catch the eye in a distracting way and make it harder to see the road in darkened driving conditions. The HMI featured in Precept takes a different approach, using eye-tracking and proximity sensors to adjust the displays to the driver's movements. So it can parcel out the right information, right when it's needed.
Polestar 2 was the first car in the world to feature Google's Android Automotive OS powering its infotainment software. Polestar Precept continues this innovation, offering an Android-based system with even greater intuition and reaction, thanks to in-house development and Google's industry-leading navigation and voice recognition software.