The Fisker EMotion electric sedan has been teased with a revised design compared to the car unveiled late last year.
In a tweet overnight, Henrik Fisker, the car's designer, revealed a new front-end look for the vehicle. The more aesthetically pleasing nose features "eyes like a panther" and a LIDAR unit hidden behind the pseudo-grille. Each of the wing mirrors will also feature a camera unit.
The EMtion will go on sale during the 2019 model year, which can take place any time in 2018, and will have a starting price of US$129,900 ($173,500).
The company claims the EMotion will have a top speed of 259km/h (161mph), and a range of over 640 kilometres (400 miles) from its "ultra large" battery pack. Using the company's proprietary UltraCharger, the EMotion can given 160km of driving range in just nine minutes.
According to Fisker, the EMotion has a structure featuring aluminium and carbon-fibre. These two materials also feature heavily in the car's lightweight Dymag wheels.
The company will reveal more details about the EMotion throughout June, with pre-orders for the EMotion set to start on June 30, 2017. The EMotion will be sold online through the company's website, as well as "forthcoming experience centers".
In addition to this, Fisker is promising a "white glove concierge service, providing Fisker owners a seamless day 'free of interruption' for routine maintenance and servicing"
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