Fisker officially debuted at CES in Las Vegas the new EMotion, a luxury, all-electric, sedan with bold promises of performance and features.
The company claims the EMotion will have a range of more than 400 miles and 9-minute charging. While the EMotion will launch with a lithium-ion battery pack, the company says it is working on a patent-pending flexible solid-state battery technology for EVs for 2020.
Top speed is listed at 161 mph.
Fisker plans to ship the car with a Level 4 autonomous driving system developed with Quanergy. The system’s LiDAR is integrated into the body design.
Company founder Henrik Fisker’s previous EV effort – producing the Fisker Karma luxury sedan – fell into bankruptcy in 2012. The EMotion, with its ambitious stats, is Fisker’s latest attempt at bringing a higher degree of luxury to the EV market.
While the EMotion prototype is striking and impressive on paper, Fisker still has to bring it to production. The company is currently taking reservations for the car, base price $129,000. Still, it’s not planned for release until the end of 2019.
A “teaser trailer” of the EMotion is below.