No new details were released, but we do get our first look at the rear end of the Fisker eMotion electric car.
In a Tweet, Henrik Fisker stated:
"Fisker EMotion: Wide sculptural shoulders, thin tail lights & lower rear diffusor to improve aero. Happy Holidays!"
The eMotion, a pure electric car with range anticipated to be some 400 miles, exists only in images for now. Henrik Fisker, designer of eMotion, expects to reveal a working vehicle in mid-2017. A delivery timeline will be announced following that reveal.
A few of the other known details include:
“The vehicle will include a large curved front windscreen pushed forward, diving into an extremely low bonnet. The rear features an integrated spoiler and aggressive functional diffusor to aid aerodynamics, which will help achieve a 161 mph (260 Km/h)top speed and a 400-mile (640 KM) electric range.”
“The Fisker EMotion will feature a composite, carbon fiber and aluminum structure with an innovative battery integration. The EMotion will use a new battery technology using graphene, with battery packs produced by Fisker Nanotech, a joint venture between Fisker Inc. and Nanotech Energy Inc.”
But let's be honest here...eMotion exists only on your computer screen. There's no real car out there and nothing to suggest it'll ever become reality. We surely hope it does, but at this point in time it's purely a concept that exists only on Henrik Fisker's design program.
Fisker eMotion from the front