Volvo’s high-performance electric-vehicle brand just revealed a sleek concept car that hints at how it will compete with established makes like Tesla

Polestar Precept. Polestar Polestar, Volvo’s high-performance electric sub-brand, offered a first look at the all-electric concept car it’s bringing to the Geneva International Motor Show next month. The stunning, sharp-edged EV places an emphasis on environmentally sustainable design. Its interior includes materials made from recycled plastic bottles, fishing nets, and cork. The car is also packed with tech — it sports radar and lidar sensors, a 15-inch touchscreen, and eye-tracking technology. Instead of traditional mirrors, the Precept relies on cameras and screens, a feature that’s still not legal in the US. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . In unveiling the Cybertruck, Tesla tried to make sharp angles cool again — but with the debut of its Precept concept car, Polestar just showed Tesla how striking softer ones can be. Polestar became Volvo’s sub-brand dedicated to building electric performance cars a couple of years back , using a name that had been with the company for decades for an entirely new project. The brand is now teasing a stunning, all-electric concept vehicle called the Precept, which it will display at the Geneva International Motor Show next month. The concept shows that Volvo and its parent company Geely mean […]

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