About two years ago, Polestar unveiled a Precept prototype that set the tone for the future of the brand. This four-door car was the inspiration for today's concept called O2.
With a two-piece retractable roof with glass panels and classic proportions, this convertible is designed to showcase the latest technological developments in the field of electromobility.
The Polestar O2 is built on a proprietary aluminum platform, which in the future will form the basis of all production models of the brand. Alas, the developer does not provide any characteristics and details, except that the body is quite rigid.
As you can see in the photos, the interior seats four people, with all the soft interior components made from recycled polyester and the hard ones from thermoplastic.
Perhaps the coolest feature of the convertible is the drone built behind the rear seats. It is not in the pictures, but it is known that it can take off even while driving. The quadcopter was developed by Aerofugia (part of Geely), and it is able to shoot a car at speeds up to 90 km/h and transfer the recording to a multimedia system.