Copyright infringement

Fisker reveals all-electric luxury GT sports car –

One part of Fisker Inc. revealed on Wednesday a video of a fully-powered luxury sports car GT that it plans to add to the third model of its fledgling lineup.

The concept of the Ronin Project, dubbed the 1998 stunt-heavy action-thriller starring Robert De Niro, is a long four-passenger trip with plenty of luggage compartment, according to the company. A shadow teaser image shows a low, curved silhouette with a long lid.

“The goal is to reach the world’s largest EV production range, along with extremely high levels of performance,” CEO Henrik Fisker said in a statement. “The Ronin project will be a showcase for in-house engineering, power rail, and software capabilities.”

The manufacturer did not provide any further details about Project Ronin, which is slated to be the company’s third production vehicle, including important information such as its performance, price, scope, or release date. The company said the car was designed to be marked with a “return to the roots of luxury design” after it released the first two names of affordable EVs designed to compete with standard models.

Henrik Fisker designed the BMW Z8 and several Aston Martin models before launching Fisker Automotive in 2007, which went bankrupt in 2004. 2020 agreement.

The carmaker also said Wednesday that it has received more than 40,000 seats for its first-ever EV, the $ 37,499 Ocean SUV, which is on track to begin production in November. Fisker announced last November that it would make a modified version of Pope Francis’ electric car. Cartoons at the time showed a glass-encased cup.

The second design, $ 29,900, five-passenger Pear electric, opened in reserve in February. Pear, which Fisker says represents the “Personal Electric Vehicle Revolution,” will be developed by Foxconn, Taiwanese Apple Inc. supplier became EV manufacturer.