Due to the Geneva Motor Show being cancelled this year, many cars didn’t get their rightful time in the spotlight. One such car was the Polestar Precept concept, an innovative new car that’s built around sustainability. In fact, Polestar says it’s built around their three pillars: sustainability, digital technology and design. The design is clearly there, but what about the other two? For sustainability, its packed with components like vegan interior, seat covers 3D-printed from bottles, carpets woven from recovered fishing nets and more. As far as technology goes, you need to look no further than its electric drivetrain and massive 15-inch digital interface that can actually recognize the driver. To learn more about this beautiful Swedish car, click play on the video down below.
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