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News Fisker electric SUV teased again

Fisker electric SUV teased again

Fisker gives us another glimpse at its all-new electric SUV, this time, it shows part of the side profile and rear.

Fisker continues to reveal little by little the details surrounding its long-awaited electric utility vehicle. Fisker has already unveiled the outline of the front of the vehicle, but now a new image appeared on the web.

We can now see the upper portion of the SUV’s profile. In particular, the raised body line at the back of the vehicle, which even ends with the side indicator integrated into the D-pillar, an addition that would clarify the driver’s intention to turn left … or right! The rear portion of the Fisker SUV should be equipped with conventional, and appropriate, turn signals. The sidelights seem to wrap the rear wing of the electric SUV.

The other detail concerns the door handles that should, like Tesla or Jaguar Land Rover Group vehicles, be retractable simply to improve the aerodynamics of the crossover.

As for the rest of this photo, it reveals the presence of a sunroof and a rear wing that overhangs the rear window.

Unfortunately, it is still early in the process since the Fisker utility vehicle should be shown to the automotive press in January, for commercialization in late 2021. It must be remembered that Fisker has already indicated that its electric utility vehicle would be able to travel 483 km on a single charge and the starting price – in the United States at least – would be below $40,000 USD.

Fisker electric SUV
Fisker Electric SUV First Teaser | Image: Fisker

Fisker Electric SUV Second Teaser
Fisker Electric SUV Second Teaser | Image: Fisker

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