Fisker EMotion

Nov 2, 2016

Category: Rides

What happens when you get the guy responsible for designing cars like the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, BMW Z8, and the Aston Martin DB9 to build out an electric vehicle? Well, you’re looking right at it. Introducing the Fisker EMotion.

This newly announced car combines efficiency, luxury, and power all in one sleek package. Made from a composite carbon fiber and aluminum the vehicle’s body boasts an aggresive stance that is matched only by its power plant. According to Fisker, the electric engine will use a new graphene infused battery technology (courtesy of a partnership with Nanotech Energy Inc.) that can get it up to 161 miles per hour and a range of 400 miles per hour. Don’t feel like driving? The car is expected to have fully autonomous driving capabilities and a spacious and comfortable interior to match. No word on price, but the first models will be shown in the middle of next year.

Fisker EMotion

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