2021 Fisker EMotion
The 2021 Fisker EMotion is a fully electric sports sedan concept car developed by Fisker. Fisker EMotion is the second car produced by Fisker in 2011 with Fisker Automotive and Fisker Karma. The car was scheduled to go on sale in early 2019, primarily in the U.S. and Canada, before being released to the commercial market worldwide. It is expected 2021 Fisker EMotion to be a direct competitor to the Tesla Model S and Lucid Air. However, production has not started since May 2020. The company observe opportunity to restructure EV production models, Daniel Harrison and Markus Williams, Automotive Manufacturing Solutions, May, 2020.
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Fisker EMotion 2021 Interior
Inside, EMotion is designed for almost five seats and offers a relatively simple interior design that looks almost completely wrapped in leather. On the front, the main feature is the carbon fiber center console and its large screen. Another screen is on top of it, the third is in front of the drive, where you can have a cluster of measurements. The 27-inch screen also allows customers to use the rear passenger if they choose the Chauffeur Edition. However, the roof has a large section of electrochromic glass that allows you to adjust the four zones. Like Teslas, Fisker says the doors can be controlled using a phone app.
According to Fisker, the overall interior is “inspired by the living room design” and the passenger seat can be mounted on extra long rails so it can be pushed forward to enable driver mode. Fisker plans to have EMotion Level 4 self-driving capability from launch, although the car will be subject to these rules when it finally goes out on the street.
2021 Fisker EMotion Exterior
The exterior design has not changed much from the originals released by Fisker. The look is also polite with the technology added to the list of driver assistants and assistants. For example, while the front has an aluminum centerpiece with a LIDAR system, the side mirrors have two visual cameras for a 360-degree panoramic view sent to the driver. The carbon fiber and aluminum construction supports the overall design, while the 24-inch wheels can be selected with carbon fiber and aluminum for added lightness. Fisker noted that the rollers were produced in collaboration with the British wheel manufacturer Dymag and managed to reduce the rotational mass by up to 40 percent, which is ideal for both sports and the entire electric range.
Turning to the side, the drawn back stripes on the nose continue into the over-burned wheel arch, which is filled with large black wheels wrapped in ultra-low-profile rubber. The blackened side skirts visually squeeze, squeeze and stretch the body, while keeping the bottom nice and flat. At the back, it looks very short, fast for the tail, almost like a hatch. The burnt back wings fill it all up and give it a good position, complementing the sport’s aggressive look.
Fisker 2021 EMotion Engine
The Fisker EMotion is a premium electric sedan with a range of 400 miles (640 km) and a top speed of 161 miles (259 km / h). Under the skin, EMotion uses aluminum and carbon fiber to keep weight low. When launched, it gets a lithium-ion battery powered by LG, but Fisker insists the solid-state battery is on its way. The distance is said to be more than 400 miles, but we don’t know which battery it means. There is no information about the engines themselves, but the top speed is 161 mph.
2021 Fisker EMotion Safety
Fisker follows Telza’s lead in this, equipping all EMotion vehicles with the sensors and equipment needed to switch to full autonomy, but the program waits until it is fully debugged and the regulators determine what they are doing before turning the switch. In terms of traditional crash safety, EMotion promises to be at a level where the previous level of crash structure provides more protection than specified in applicable standards.