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Fisker EMotion

  • Fisker EMotion

    It was in 2017 that revived electric car startup Fisker announced plans for the EMotion, stating at the time that the svelte sedan would enter production in 2019 and feature next-generation batteries developed in-house. Fisker has since pushed back the launch of the EMotion until sometime after 2021, as the company refocuses on more accessible models using existing battery technology. The company on Monday announced plans for three “affordable” models, the first of which will be a small SUV to rival the Tesla Model Y. It's said to be coming in the second half of 2021 and feature a...

  • Watch the Fisker Emotion drive under its own power
    Watch the Fisker Emotion drive under its own power

    Fisker is eager to show off its EMotion all-electric sedan. The company is so eager, in fact, that it posted a short drive video to YouTube on May 30 showing the car running under its own power. The video was obviously not professionally produced. It appears it was shot with a phone in the vertical...

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    Fisker EMotion to have 775 HP, 140-KWH battery, cost up to $190,000

    The Fisker EMotion made a bit of a splash at the Consumer Electronics show this week, as a sleek electric car with the look of a supercar. We were on hand at the show and learned some more interesting tidbits about the car in an interview with company chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker. We knew the...

  • Fisker EMotion
    One feature of the Fisker EMotion might not make it to production

    The Fisker EMotion electric car that was unveiled in Las Vegas on Tuesday is, for all intents and purposes, the production car. Granted we won't see it in production and on the road for two years, give or take, according to company chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker, but that's the car. Except for...

  • Fisker EMotion
    Henrik's lessons from Fisker Automotive are shaping Fisker Inc.

    Henrik Fisker's making a splash again with a shiny new car called the EMotion. Naturally, the comparisons between his failed Fisker Automotive and the new Fisker Inc. are already being drawn, which leaves us wondering what's different this time around. We sat down with Fisker at the 2018 Consumer...

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    Fisker EMotion debuts at CES, promised for 2019 with 400-mile range

    The rebooted Fisker unveiled its highly anticipated EMotion electric car on Tuesday at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show. The car is a mid-size sport sedan with all-wheel drive and ample space for four, and it also comes with gullwing doors that you typically find on supercars. Unlike...

  • Fisker flexible solid-state battery material

    Solid-state batteries represent the holy grail for automakers as they promise a driving range for electric cars comparable to internal combustion models, along with charging times that could match the speed of filling a gas tank. Revived electric car company Fisker last fall announced it had filed patents for solid-state battery technology that could enable a range of 500 miles and a charging time of just one minute. The company on Tuesday gave us a better look at the technology at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, where we were also treated with the first public appearance of...

  • Fisker EMotion
    Fisker's 400-mile EMotion electric car coming to CES

    Henrik Fisker's second go at independently producing its own car is set to kick off with the EMotion electric car at next week's 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Fisker himself, the company's chief, added a new image on social media and confirmed that some of the car's next-generation...

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    Graphene batteries not coming to Fisker Emotion after all

    Remember Fisker's promise to introduce the industry's first automotive-grade graphene batteries? That's not happening. Now, Fisker's upcoming Emotion electric car will utilize fairly standard lithium-ion battery cells. The latest information, reported by Automotive News (subscription required)...

  • Henrik Fisker with the Fisker EMotion
    Fisker EMotion 400-mile electric sedan seen in the metal for first time

    Fisker is scheduled to reveal its new EMotion electric sport sedan on August 17, but the company’s founder and namesake, Henrik Fisker, just couldn’t contain himself from showing it a little early. He posted a photo to social media on Wednesday showing the EMotion on a street just...

  • Teaser for Fisker EMotion debuting on August 17, 2017
    Fisker EMotion priced from $129,900, pre-orders start June 30

    It was less than a year ago that Henrik Fisker came out with the announcement he was starting a new electric car company under the Fisker name and that the first product would be an electric sedan with more range than a Tesla Model S. The Danish designer must have been working on the project for a...

  • Teaser for Fisker EMotion debuting on August 17, 2017
    Fisker reveals EMotion electric car, promises 400-mile range

    The rebooted Fisker has revealed its upcoming electric sedan, labeled the EMotion. The car looks almost nothing like the Karma sedan from the previous incarnation of Fisker. We’d even say its aggressive look is more like what Fisker design boss and founder Henrik Fisker introduced on the...

  • Teaser for Fisker EMotion debuting on August 17, 2017

    The Truth About Cars have an in-depth and interesting story about some—let's say, inconsistencies—associated with media coverage of designer Henrik Fisker's latest venture. Specifically, the comment box below many articles about Fisker Inc. We highly recommend hitting the link and following the trail Mark Stevenson lays down like Elliot with the Reese's Pieces from "E.T." For the TL;DR crowd, here's the summary. Some of the breathless comments about Fisker's new venture—among TTAC, The Drive, and Business Insider—started to look very familiar. They gushed over the...

  • Teaser for Fisker EMotion debuting on August 17, 2017
    Fisker teases Model S-rivaling sedan with butterfly doors

    Henrik Fisker in October announced he was starting a new car company under the Fisker name. His former effort, Fisker Automotive, went bankrupt in 2013, its assets later sold to China’s Wanxiang which used them to start the new company Karma. The new Fisker is based in California and is...

  • Teaser sketch on Fisker website
    New Fisker’s Tesla Model S rival will use batteries made with graphene

    Henrik Fisker on Tuesday launched a new car brand called Fisker, the name the Danish designer and entrepreneur used for his previous car brand, the failed Fisker Automotive. Whereas Fisker Automotive focused on extended-range electric cars, the new Fisker will focus on pure, battery-powered...

  • Fisker Inc.
    Henrik Fisker revives Fisker brand for electric car startup

    Fisker is dead. Long live Fisker. Danish designer Henrik Fisker’s previous car company Fisker Automotive may have flopped, but that hasn’t stopped the serial entrepreneur from starting a new one. No, we’re not talking about VLF, a coachbuilder Fisker formed with fellow industry...

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