Henrik Fisker, the boss of electric auto startup Fisker Inc, has just teased the company’s next product. It’s a four-door coupe-style model that the CEO is calling “the ultimate long distance grand touring car.”
Fisker has just recently begun shipping the Ocean electric crossover. The smaller Pear model is set to arrive in 2025 and the company predicts a sub-$30k price tag. So it’s already time to start showing the next big thing.
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On his Instagram page, Henrik Fisker named the Fisker Ronin, which appears to share some design language with the Karma of one of his previous endeavors. It looks like a two-door coupe, but we can spot the cut lines that show where the rear door opens.
Fisker said that it will have space for five and that he expects the EV to have 600 miles (about 1,000 km) of electric range. The auto CEO has said previously that the Ronin would have a structural battery pack. And that it would have “unique doors” to help getting in and out as well as a vegan interior designed to help improve sustainability and design.
On top of the semi-hidden rear doors, the car looks to be a convertible. The hard top has lines showing where it would fold to store in the boot. Plus there’s been an even more vague teaser of a convertible posted by Fisker once already.