Fisker has revealed its developing a third model – the Ronin – which will have the longest range of any production electrical vehicle.
Unlike Fisker’s other two models, the Ronin is two-door GT-esque sports car.
Only a single teaser image was published last night, so there’s little to go off.
Instead, what we do know is the car will feature active aerodynamics, made of super-lightweight material and have unrivalled electric range.
That means the Ronin will have to triumph the Lucid Air’s 830 km range. Fisker estimates the Ronin launching with 880 km of range. So, theoretically, you could drive the entire length of State Highway 1 on just three charges.
The interior is equally ridiculous, solely because Fisker describes it as being “luxurious, sustainable and vegan.”
Cool…? I guess?
The actual look of the teaser suggests the Ronin is a long bonnet, lowly slumped sports car, giving it Taycan and e-Tron GT vibes.
Fisker projects having the Ronin fully revealed with performance and drivetrain stats next year. The car will then head to the production line by 2024.
And, yes, the car is named after the 1998 Robert De Niro film of the same name.