Fisker EMotion Gallery Plus Videos

1 month ago by Mark Kane 9

The Fisker EMotion was the eye-turner at the 2018 CES.

The eMotion promises to be quick, boasts a long-range, fast charging, luxury and autonomous capabilities – at least according to Henrik Fisker, chairman and CEO of Fisker Inc.

Fisker EMotion

Here we gathered an image gallery and some videos from the show, to once again show off the eMotion that hopefully materializes in two years.

In the longer perspective, the Fisker EMotion could be just the beginning…if the claimed solid-state battery tech delivers on its promises.

Fisker EMotion spec:

  • 400-mile range (145 kWh LG Chem battery)
  • 575 kW electric motors (all-wheel drive)
  • 0-60 mph in less than 3 seconds
  • 161 mph top speed
  • starts from $129,000

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9 responses to "Fisker EMotion Gallery Plus Videos"

  1. Chris Stork says:

    It’s the sleekest kludgy mess I’ve seen.

  2. WARREN says:

    At least this car is exclusive so poeple will buy it if he can deliver on the performance promises.

  3. Brian says:

    Looks like a Model S with wheels too large to make it into production.

  4. wavelet says:

    As I thought from previous photos — the doors make it completely impractical for any non-rural environment — the doors take up huge space both to the side & upwards when open. Deal-breaker.

    1. CDAVIS says:

      @wavelet said: “…the doors make it completely impractical for any non-rural environment…”
      ———-

      Not a problem… simply wait patiently for the adjacent parking spot to clear before entering or exiting the EMotion… or purchase the base model that will be sans fancy doors.

      The bigger issues facing Fisker EMotion are:

      1. Fisker lost mucho credibility after the 1st-round Fisker EV bust… did those deposit holders get refunded? Will 2nd-round reservation holders be equally at risk?

      2. Where serviced?

      3. No access to a convenient & reliable supercharging network… for the occasional long distance trips.

      4. Performance is sub-Tesla specs.

      … but the interior cabin seating & stitch-work is very nice!

      1. Bill Howland says:

        “Where will you get it serviced?”

        Much less of a problem for me than it was to get my Roadster Serviced as the nearest Fisker Dealership was in nearby Rochester. Tesla only recently opened a new Service Center in Cleveland, (to many complaints from owners on TMC), my service center was just outside Columbus – in other words impossible to drive to.

        What I don’t like is the car pricing keeps going up, although I would guess a 400 mile luxury EV would cost around $129,000.

        After the Karma, the new vehicle was supposed to get cheaper with the Atlantic.

  5. ffbj says:

    I think the new Ferrari will be a Fisker killer. Amazing, one nonexistent car will trounce another.
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-16/ferrari-has-plans-to-make-an-electric-supercar-marchionne-says

  6. Lawrence says:

    The more the merrier. Produce it.

  7. Bill Howland says:

    The Fisker Karma was definitely a hit, as can be seen by all the HOLLYWOOD types driving the car.

    There’s no substitute for looking at the car in person, and looks of course are subjective, but to my eyes this EMotion is just a bit over-the-top on the ‘bulbous’ side. Just a bit ‘too much booty’ for me compared to the pleasantly styled Karma.

    That’s basically THE POINT:

    This car seems almost exactly like his first try. Nothing super new here in the styling department – except an admittedly at least somewhat beautiful design taken just a bit too far.
    Seeing as he’s basically just made an all electric Karma I’d think the FIRST thing he would do is just have his chinese backers replicate the original Karma first – except this time splurging for a fuse in the radiator fan circuit to prevent burning down garages. Any decent small water cooled engine would be fine for the REX. And seeing as the design cost has already been amortized a bit, lower the price down to like $80,0000.

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