Fisker has confirmed that it will unveil a grand touring electric sports car in 2024, which it says will have the longest range of any production electric vehicle.
Called Project Ronin, the model will become the third in the American brand’s range, after the Fisker Ocean SUV and the Fisker Pear compact car.
The GT will be developed at Fisker Magic Works, the recently announced UK engineering center run by former Aston Martin special projects chief Dave King.
In a single image released today, Fisker hinted that the Ronin would be a two-door, four-seat GT with a long, sloping hood.
California-based startup owner Henrik Fisker said the Ronin will feature advanced, lightweight materials and focus on range, performance and the overall driving experience.
It will also feature active aerodynamics and an innovative battery design, with the pack integrated into the vehicle structure.
Fisker promises it will have the spirit of “a true British sports car” and describes it as “a redefinition of a luxury sports car of the future”.
It will feature unique doors and an “advanced design” vegan interior.
Fisker will unveil the Ronin in August 2023, with production expected to begin in the second half of 2024.
Henrik Fisker said: “The aim is to achieve the longest range in the world for a production electric vehicle, combined with extremely high levels of performance.
“The Ronin project will be a showcase for our in-house engineering, powertrain and software capabilities.”
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This notice was published: 2022-05-04 10:31:24