Polestar's Precept concept is destined to debut at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show in early March.
Like all Polestars going forward, the Precept is an EV.
It uses its massive 10.8-foot wheelbase to house a big battery pack for long-range capability.
It also shows off its nose, which is packing Polestar's SmartZone technology integrating multiple radar units and a high-definition camera.
The Precept eschews side mirrors and even an internal rearview mirror for cameras.
The dead-on rearview image shows how little glass area there really is.
The design's rear aspect is actually more distinct than the front of the car.
Golden seatbelts are becoming a bit of a thing for Polestar.
Thin seatbacks help maximize space.
We wouldn't mind a chance to sit here and grab the wheel.
Let's hope this roof glass has adjustable opacity, or it's going to get really toasty inside...
Second-row accommodations look to be almost as plush as the first row.