CES 2018: Fisker EMotion Makes its Debut (Gallery)

Fisker may not be much for building cars- its last car, the Karma, was implied to be the worst car ever by Jalopnik– but the man knows how to draw a car. He can draw cars better than most, in fact- if not better than anyone. As evidence of his design talent, Fisker’s eponymous company has just released the car you see here upon an unwitting crowd at CES 2018. It’s called the EMotion, and it is gorgeous.

The electric, all-wheel drive Fisker EMotion offers a claimed estimated top speed of 200 KMH (161 MPH). The car also features a clever set of butterfly doors featuring flush handles that can be opened and closed with a smartphone app, likely ticking off more than a few CES journosaur boxes in the process.

Pricing for the Fisker EMotion EV starts at $129,000, but I think it’s safe to say that the car shown in the gallery, above, would probably be much pricier. The company is asking for $2000 pre-delivery deposits on its website (you guys might know how I feel about those, already) with deliveries set to begin at the end of 2019. Or, you know, just a few weeks before Elio deliveries start.

What do you guys think? Is the world ready for a third Fisker start-up? What’s the over-under on Fisker hiring a bunch of hookers models to drape their half-naked bodies all over the cars in his next wave of ads? Are you ready to put down $2000 on a pretty car from… China, I guess? Let us know what you think of Henrik’s new ride in the comments section at the bottom of the page. Enjoy!

 

Source | More Photos: Fisker, via Autoblog.

 

Jo Borrás

I've been in the auto industry 1997, and write for a number of blogs in the IM network. You can also find me on Twitter, at my Volvo fansite, or chasing my kids around Oak Park, IL.