Fisker has continued playing a slow, drawn-out game of strip poker with its upcoming rival to the Tesla Model Y, today sharing a picture of the car's roof and rear. Guys, reveal it already.
Where Elon Musk uses Twitter to share news about Tesla, Henrik Fisker uses his personal Facebook page. Twice this week he's posted pictures of the sub-$40k crossover, stopping just short of revealing it in full.
The latest snaps show the car's solar roof, a development of a feature debuted on the original Karma. It trickle charges the battery while the car is parked, and supplies power to ancillaries when you're moving.
His top-down photo also shows off the SUV's boxy, flared wheel arches and chunky rear diffuser. With chunky hips and long, wide tail-lights, it shouldn't be short on presence when it's revealed in December.
Previous posts have revealed the body will make use of recycled ocean plastics, as part of its plan to provide a cleaner, greener alternative to established carmakers.
The original Fisker Karma had interesting eco-details like recycled wood trim and eco-friendly non-leather trim, so we'll be keen to see what the company comes up with here.
The crossover will come with a battery pack rated at over 80kWh as standard, and a target driving range of around 480 kilometres (300 miles).
When production finally kicks off, Fisker will build the as-yet unnamed crossover at a factory in the USA. A location hasn't been determined as yet, but the company says it's "finalising" a facility.
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