Henrik Fisker took the liberty on Twitter to share a bit more details about its upcoming electric SUV.
First announced in March of this year, the Fisker Electric SUV is slowly showing more skin. Now, in the newest release, we can see the full front-end clear as day. The image is quite possibly showing the vehicle in its final production form.
Henrik Fisker, the company’s founder, posted the photo on its Twitter earlier this week while giving more info on the upcoming SUV. Fisker revealed that the electric SUV will have an interior “incredibly spacious for its segment” as well as made with recycled materials.
The founder says they are aiming “to make the world’s most sustainable vehicle”.
We aim to make the world’s most sustainable vehicle, the 2021 Fisker Electric SUV. Priced below 40,000. The interior (just saw prototype)is incredibly spacious for its segment with #recycled materials.
@henrikfisker #fisker #climate #EVs #life #Sustainable #Automotive pic.twitter.com/7X0LxRCoph
— Henrik Fisker (@henrikfisker) July 20, 2019
What we know so far
The Fisker SUV is set to launch in 2021 with a price tag below $40,000 USD. Following the Fisker Karma, this electric SUV will also feature a full-length solar roof.
The company confirmed that they would be selling direct to consumers instead of doing like they did with the Karma, setting-up a dealership network.
From what we gathered; the 2021 Fisker Electric SUV will be powered by an 80-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that will provide the SUV with a range of around 483 kilometers. The all-wheel-drive system will be made possible by two electric motors.