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Henrik Fisker has bold plans for a Tesla rival, but he's staying away from self-driving tech

Renowned car designer Henrik Fisker is building a Tesla rival, but has no plans to develop self-driving tech for it. Fisker recently told Business Insider that he is patenting new battery tech that will allow his electric car to drive more than 400 miles on a single charge. The luxury electric car will be revealed in the latter half of 2017 and will most likely be built at VLF Automotive, the Detroit-based car company Fisker joined in January.
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