New Aston Martin Vantage Rear Sure Does Resemble Fisker eMotion


Henrik Fisker designed the original Aston Martin Vantage back in 2005, but this newest version of the Vantage, released just yesterday, has an unmistakable resemblance to Fisker’s latest efforts too.

We’re referring to the Fisker eMotion and the resemblance in the rear is striking.

Fisker officially had no input on the design of the newest Vantage, but it’s impossible to overlook the fact that the new Vantage is close to a carbon copy of the Fisker eMotion from the rear, at least the top half.

Here’s a better look at the two vehicles from the rear:

Fisker EMotion

Aston Martin Vantage

The Fisker eMotion has yet to make its public debut. That’s expected to happen at CES 2018 in January It’s expected to feature a 145 kWh battery pack and a range of some 400 miles. None of these details have been fully confirmed yet though.

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7 Comments on "New Aston Martin Vantage Rear Sure Does Resemble Fisker eMotion"

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Go figure.

Close, but no cigar!

Can’t make it too obvious , He might get sued…He steals from whom ever he can. He worked at Tesla to get Ideas & info to use himself…

He very talented and doesn’t need to steal a thing.

You know NOTHING!

How did Fisker steal a design that became public many months after his own design was revealed? That doesn’t make sense to me, but maybe I’m missing something.

Yeah, and they stole the four-seats-and-a-steering-wheel from Mercedes.

This seems like much ado about nothing. I’m often mistaking Nissans (I forget the exact model) up ahead for a Tesla Model S, particularly after dark; they both have inward-facing U-shape tail lights and a chrome bar across the middle. The Nissan taillights are a bit more angular though.

Wow. That’s basically a copy-paste.
I don’t mind though. Aston beat Fisker to the market. And the Vatnage is overall much better looking than the EMotion (ruined by the horrible front end).