Henrik Fisker is busy at work on a new electric car project and has released the first clear look at the entire car after a series of teasers.
Fisker calls it the “world’s most advanced EV,” touting its 400-mile range, nine-minute fast charge time, connectivity and its self-driving capabilities. Fisker is working with the “world’s leading battery company” to develop new technology to offer the “world’s highest energy density battery.”
Fisker revealed all this information on Twitter, but some of the details still aren’t clear, like what type of fast charging unit will be needed to fully recharge the car in just nine minutes, what level of autonomous driving will be possible and, maybe most importantly, how much the eMotion will cost.
Order books for the new electric car are expected to open by the end of June, so more details should be released by then, although production won’t start until at least 2019.