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News Fisker Electric SUV Shows More Skin In New Teaser Image

Fisker Electric SUV Shows More Skin In New Teaser Image

Fisker has a new electric SUV in the works. After seeing the grill, we now get a better vue of the new EV’s front 3/4 panel.

EV maker Fisker is trying to get back on its feet and is already planning a few new models like the still unnamed electric SUV teased above. We first got a glimpse of the new Fisker electric SUV a few weeks ago, and now we have a second teaser image showing a bit more details.

These include a fairly square wheel arch, a massive six-spoke wheel with the Fisker logo front and center, and low-profile tires. There are thin LED headlights upfront,  In other words, it’s not much, but it is a sign that Fisker is serious about getting back into the game.

Fisker electric SUV
Fisker electric SUV

The new Fisker electric SUV should arrive somewhere in 2021 with over 300 miles of range, all for around $40,000 for the base model. Fisker will also be selling its cars through stores in the same manner as Tesla.

Fisker hasn’t determined where it will build its new electric SUV, but the company is currently considering a range of sites located in 11 states in the United States.

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