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Fisker EMotion will look like this

Fisker EMotion

Fisker EMotion will look like this

Henrik Fisker has completed the photo sharing of the exterior design of the highly anticipated electric car, Fisker EMotion, through his official twitter account.

 

The car has a range of 645 km with a maximum speed of  260 km/h ( 161 mph ). Furthermore, Fisker EMotion will be fully autonomous thanks to the sensors implanted to its body, which has improved aerodynamics and aluminum-carbon fiber body components. Of course, as Henry Fisker announced few months ago, the car will equip butterfly doors. However, all of this cost below $ 40,000. As the Danish designer Henrik Fisker describes, it is “the most technologically advanced car in the world”. the EMotion electric car, which come out at the end of October, is now fully announced.

 

Fisker also lifted the question from the center of our minds by removing the antagonism of the car’s rear design. However, in the past, he only showed design lines from the front and sides, but now, he completed the exterior of the design jigsaw. The photographs shared through his official twitter account are illuminated with the most noticeable part of the EMotion, which comes face to face with a high and muscular structure at the back. The LED headlamps, which are in a completely thin line, create a characteristic line to say the least. However, we are faced with a more “compliant” rear diffuser compared to the general lines of the vehicle. Fisker EMotion is expected to be introduced as soon as it is ready to be produced in the next year.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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