So much about Henrik Fisker's EMotion concept unveiled at CES this year is both exciting and, for now at least, almost completely untested. Those eye-catching butterfly doors, for example? Fisker still has to figure out how to produce them at scale. Show More Summary
Henrik Fisker's making a slash again with a shiny new car called the EMotion. Naturally, the comparisons between his failed Fisker Automotive and the new Fisker Inc. are already being drawn, which leaves us wondering what's different this time around. We sat down with Fisker at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Wednesday to...
Fisker's latest EV is a gorgeous sport sedan, and we got the skinny from the man himself.
Henrik Fisker has a troubled past with his previous company, Fisker Automotive. Can his new electric car redeem his reputation?
Henrik Fisker unveiled his $129,000 electric luxury car Tuesday, in a rebooted effort by the renowned auto designer to take on Tesla and other luxury automakers. The Fisker EMotion, which made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show...Show More Summary
Henrik Fisker unveiled his $129,000 electric luxury car Tuesday, in a rebooted effort by the renowned auto designer to take on Tesla and other luxury automakers.
Fisker, now called Fisker, Inc. after the company Henrik Fisker originally created fell into bankruptcy, is going after the luxury EV market for a second time. Don’t let past money troubles worry you too much, though. Even Henry Ford filed for bankruptcy twice before forming the company that build the Model T. Show More Summary
Henrik Fisker, the Los Angeles car designer and automobile entrepreneur, is best known for his long, flowing, smoothly muscular creations, from the BMW Z8 to the Aston-Martin V8 Vantage to the Fisker Karma. His own companies have achieved less success than he’d like. His previous electric-car company,...
Henrik Fisker is yet to launch the first product from his revived Fisker automotive brand, the much-hypered EMotion electric sport sedan, but he's already hinting at another model for the brand. Fisker tweeted this first image of what he's calling the Orbit, an electric self-driving shuttle for "smart cities," this past Sunday. While the EMotion...
The designer will join with a Chinese firm to develop a bus for smart cities. It's the latest effort in a wide-ranging comeback for Fisker. He is also rolling out a supercar and a new all-electric vehicle. Henrik Fisker has been busy. Show More Summary
The Fisker Orbit, an upcoming connected and autonomous shuttle bus, has been confirmed by Henrik Fisker for an October 2018 launch. Previewed with a single image posted on Twitter by Henrik Fisker – prominent designer and company founder – the new bus hasn’t been described in much detail, other than the fact it will feature connected and autonomous […]
Fisker, the luxury electric auto startup founded by renowned designer and former Tesla consultant Henrik Fisker, claims it's developed a breakthrough that could knock Tesla off its perch as the world's premier electric carmaker — and...Show More Summary
The Fisker EMotion will be unveiled by Henrik Fisker at the upcoming CES 2018 event in January, according to recent reports. The unveiling at CES 2018 will include a focus on associated tech, including Fisker's new battery tech Fisker...Show More Summary
Henrik Fisker's second go at independently producing its own car is set to kick off with the EMotion electric car at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show. Fisker himself, the company's chief, told The Street his latest creation will officially be revealed at the electronics show, which has become an important venue for automakers in recent years...
The first car from Henrik Fisker’s new electric vehicle company, the EMotion luxury sport sedan, will premiere at CES in January 2018. That’s according to Fisker himself, who shared the debut date with TheStreet on Friday. We already...Show More Summary
The Danish auto designer Henrik Fisker — the mind behind the original Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid, amongst a great many other cars — recently gave an interesting interview that seems worth sharing bits of here Henrik Fisker Talks EMotion...Show More Summary
The onetime BMW designer is taking another shot at cars after his Karma didn't have the good kind.
The new charging standard isn't inductive, isn't a cable, and you don't have to get out of your car to plug in. Continue reading Henrik Fisker interview: the EMotion EV, and a 'game-changer' charging method Henrik Fisker interview: the EMotion EV, and a 'game-changer' charging method originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 09 Aug 2017 14:20:00 EDT. Show More Summary
Henrik Fisker said in October that his upcoming Tesla rival would be powered by revolutionary new battery tech, but the renowned designer is scrapping the project. Fisker had said the luxury, electric car would be able to drive overShow More Summary
Renowned car designer Henrik Fisker is about to officially launch his new electric car company and unveiled its first vehicle, the EMotion, a $130,000 long-range premium sedan. Ahead of the launch tomorrow, some “great people” at Apple apparently got a preview of the vehicle. more…