Tag: Henrik Fisker
Henrik Fisker is taking a second swing at automaking, so we asked him some probing questions about his plans and the incredible batteries that could power it.
With Ford's recent announcement of cutting most all cars out of its future lineup, designer Henrik Fisker got to thinking, perhaps an electric truck or SUV...
If $190,000 is too rich for your blood, the re-born Fisker has plans to eventually introduce a more affordable all-electric model to round out its unique lineup.
Fisker famously has a flexible solid state battery technology it is working on, and it will be bringing a sample of that to the show.
Fisker's flexible solid state battery tech promises hands-free, one-minute recharging, and 500 miles of range, which would alter automotive landscape.
To capture the total solar eclipse with the Revero front and center, Karma Automotive sent out three video teams with one mission: get the shots.
Henrik Fisker Discusses EMotion, Automaker’s Future In Rare Interview – We Tie This Into Fisker’s Past
Henrik Fisker interview makes us ponder future of all-electric EMotion model.
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, infamous designer of the now defunct Fisker Karma, has been hinting about his new Fisker EMotion for a while, but now we a date..
Henrik Fisker is gradually revealing his new all-electric car for maximum exposure. A new image shows an aerodynamic low front with center radar & camera.
Fisker’s Upcoming EV To Go 400 Miles, But Henrik Says OEMS Should Stay Away From Autonomous Development
Henrik Fisker is excluding developing his own proprietary autonomous driving plans of a 400 mile EV, will leave to others
Henrik Fisker has teased his new butterfly door electric car - that promises to "DISRUPT THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE MARKET AND CHANGE THE WORLD"
Henrik Fisker, the designer that created the BMW Z8, Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Karma announces Fisker Inc., new EV to change the world coming in 2017
Henrik Fisker revealed that he is working on phenomenal all-electric car in stealth mode, but more breakthroughs in battery technology is still needed
Henrik Fisker, who several years ago designed Fisker Karma hasn't abandoned his dream of bringing back emotions from classic car era to today via EVs
"The choice for consumers is still fairly limited, but in my mind there's no doubt electric cars are here to stay."