Fisker EMotion Now Officialy

Fisker EMotion

At CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas officially launched a new electric car, which is the work of Fisker Inc., a new firm founded by Henrik Fisker in California.
Henrik is known as a man behind the original Fisker brand, as well as designing cars such as the BMW Z8 and the Aston Martin DB9.
Now it’s about Fisker EMotion, an electric car that, among other things, features an interesting way to open the door (which can also be opened by the driver’s smartphone). Also, the vehicle has a four-wheel drive, while its dimensions are similar to the Tesla Model S.

Fisker EMotion

The news says that versions with 4 or 5 seats will be available, as well as that the driver will receive information through three displays in the vehicle.
The autonomy with one charge of batteries according to previous announcements is about 400 miles (645 km), while the highest speed is 260 km/h.
The batteries will normally be able to charge with UltraCharger technology, with an example that nine minutes of charging will be enough to cross 100 miles (161 km).

Fisker EMotion

It is also announced that it is a car in which the aluminum and carbon fibers are used, and that the passangers will enjoy a luxurious, spacious cabin with a “superior legroom behind.”
Part of the package will also feature two cameras that will give the driver a panoramic view of 360 degrees.
As for prices, EMotion will cost $129,900 in the US and will be available in 2019.

Fisker EMotion

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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