Polestar opens its first Space in Madrid with the Precept at the helm

We attended the inauguration of the first Polestar Space in the capital of Spain and this is what you will find

From today 19th January 2023 from 10:00 AM until 17:00h you can visit the first Polestar Space (shop/dealership) in Madrid located at Avenida de Burgos 114.

Also, if you go there you will be pleasantly surprised, as currently on display is the Polestar Precept, the concept of the future Polestar 5, which the brand has indicated that its production version, which will take place in 2024, will be practically the same as the vehicle shown and we can already tell you that it is one of the most beautiful vehicles we have seen lately.

But not only will you find the Polestar Precept, the 1,000m2 space will allow you to experience first-hand all the options and technology that Polestar cars include. The Polestar 2 is currently on sale and you will be able to see the Polestar 3 through virtual reality, something you can do either directly from your home or do it in the Space where you will be advised by Polestar staff.

But Polestar also took advantage of the inauguration event to announce a second Space in Madrid in the coming months and also in other cities in Spain, although at the moment there is no date or location set.

Volvo’s workshops currently deal with any incident involving Polestar vehicles, but this new Space in Madrid (Avenida de Burgos 114) will soon also have its own workshop to serve its customers in Madrid and the surrounding area.

Stéphane Le Guével, Director of Polestar in Spain and Portugal, welcomes the opening of the Space in Madrid: “We are delighted with the rapid and successful expansion of the Polestar brand in Spain. Since May, just over seven months ago, Polestar already has two Spaces, one in Barcelona and one in Madrid, which will soon be joined by others in the main Spanish cities”.

Our opinion of the Polestar Precept (Polestar 5)

The main protagonist of the event that Somos Electricos attended was undoubtedly the Polestar Precept, and we could qualify it with just one word, SPECTACULAR.

In addition, at the event we had the opportunity to learn about key points of the design from Nahum Escobedo, Polestar’s head of design, who was present at the event.

The Polestar Precept in terms of design will be the path that the Swedish brand will follow in its future vehicles, and the search for simplicity but at the same time Swedish elegance is present in every detail of the vehicle.

One of the highlights is undoubtedly its front spoiler, a small spoiler that redirects the air to offer less resistance and therefore greater autonomy.

If the front of the car is beautiful, the rear is no slouch either, simple lines and a beam of light that joins the entire width of the car, giving the vehicle corpulence and elegance.

Moving on to the interior of the car, the first thing that catches the eye is the opening of the doors, this time the rear doors open in reverse, offering more comfortable access to the interior.

Polestar has opted, at least in the Precept, for it to be a four-seater vehicle, a very spacious, comfortable four-seater with an exquisite design. The spaciousness of the interior is more than outstanding and Polestar has wanted to simplify the interior as much as possible, eliminating superfluous elements and giving great prominence to the two digital screens, one behind the steering wheel and the other in the central part of the dashboard with vertical orientation.

It is difficult to explain it in words, if you have the chance, the best thing to do is to go and see it at the new Space in Madrid and if not, we invite you to take a look at the different photos we took of the event, which you can see below.

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