Polestar Precept has been revealed to the world. A declaration of Polestar’s future, and a challenge to the auto industry at large, Precept is the real-life proof point that what we want to do is within the realm of possibility. It’s not just wishful thinking. It’s closer to a wish coming true. And we’re just getting started.
Location: undisclosed hangar at a discontinued military airfield
Duration: 5 days
Personnel: 7 (1 art director, 1 photographer, 1 photographer’s assistant, 2 light experts, 1 car technician, 1 producer)
Amount of people who thought they could properly operate a skylift: 3
Amount of people who could actually operate a skylift: 1
The journey towards more sustainable mobility has forced us to get off the beaten track. Not only was the traffic terrible, but it wasn’t getting us to where we need to go. Now, we’re entering uncharted territory. To help us navigate in a rapidly transforming world, we need a roadmap. An exponential roadmap.
The Polestar Design Contest features a truly expert jury. Polestar Head of Design Maximilian Missoni, Senior Design Manager Juan Pablo Bernal and Car Design Research Director Sam Livingstone are the ones who will evaluate every submission, pore over every detail, and ultimately determine the winners of the contest.