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Friday, November 4, 2016

Fisker prepares an electric car variants

Speaking of electric cars today will not be separated from the name of Tesla Motors. Even traditional manufacturers are not able to compete. Even so, that does not mean other manufacturers silent. There is always an attempt to make the electric car market is not only controlled by Tesla. And Fisker Inc. is one of them.
The Fisker EMotion’s front fascia. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fMJMb)
As reported by Motoring.com.au on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, the American manufacturers has just introduced a full-electric sedan called 'EMotion'. The car is reportedly already equipped with nano technology.

The EMotion was designed by former BMW and Aston Martin designer Henrik Fisker. According to him, this model was the `spiritual` successor of the models that have been released in 2011, ie Fisker Karma. 
The Fisker EMotion’s left side view. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fL2tq)
In terms of design, one point featured the claimed contained on this model is the most spacious cabin, including legroom. While the shape of the exterior, such as a low front bonnet allows air to flow properly. As an electric car, Fisker course the aspect of this car cruising. Reportedly, the electric car can go as far as 644 kilometers and has a top speed of 259 kph.
Left side view of Fisker EMotion. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fMJMb)
What is different from EMotion than any Tesla models are the batteries. While Tesla and another electric cars in general, using a lithium-ion battery, but EMotion uses a battery made of graphene material produced by Fisker Nanotech.

EMotion also has been equipped with self-driving, as Tesla with its Autonomous feature. Fisker ensure that the EMotion will begin to be produced with a high volume, especially for the US market. And the delivery will begin in mid 2017. At that time, the model is expected to shake the dominance of Tesla Model 3 in the market. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORING.COM.AU | CARSCOOPS]
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