— Henrik Fisker (@FiskerOfficial) June 28, 2017
A single Fisker EMotion has been spotted out in the wild. This marks the first time we've seen a real, working version of this electric car.
Henrik Fisker took to Twitter yesterday to post an image of himself next to the electric Fisker EMotion in San Francisco.
This is the first time the car has appeared outside of Photoshop. It's definitely striking in metal form.
Meeting great people in SF with the Fisker EMotion. Check out our new website: http://fiskerinc.com
Update: As an interesting note in relation to the tweet, Henrik Fisker actually brought his prototype to Apple HQ on 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino (hat tip to Jim G in the comments for identifying the building in the photo!)
A quick glance at that new site reveals additional images of the car:
As well as a "reserve now" button, which takes you to this form showing that each reservation is $2,000 and that each individual can reserve up to 3 EMotions.
Fisker EMotion Reservation Form
According to Fisker, the 2019 eMotion is open for pre-orders now.
The $129,900 eMotion is expensive as heck and, as such, will be a limited production/demand vehicle.
Some additional info:
- Working prototype to be revealed in mid 2017
- Delivery timeline announced mid next year
- Estimated 400 miles of range
- 161 MPH top speed
- Carbon fiber and aluminum construction