Fisker RŌNIN: Super Car Photos

Fisker RONIN Super Car GT Sports Car

Henrik Fisker releases photo of the RŌNIN Super Car, an innovative, high-tech electric sports car.

Last night, Henrik Fisker teased us by posting a photo on Instagram. He said that he is going to reveal something super exciting tomorrow morning. He used the hashtag #supercar. It looked like a photo taken of the stars from a convertible with the top down. We thought it’s possible the Super Car is the one being worked on by Fisker Magic Works is in the United Kingdom. Then, this morning Fisker released the photo of the Fisker RŌNIN.

Meet the Fisker RŌNIN

“The aim is to achieve the world’s longest range for a production EV, combined with extremely high levels of performance,” CEO Henrik Fisker said. “Project Ronin will be a showcase for our internal engineering, powertrain, and software capabilities.”

Henrik Fisker, CEO, Fisker, Inc.

Well, this morning he did what he said he was going to do and shared a new photo. The Fisker RŌNIN will be an innovative, high-tech all-electric GT sports car. The Fisker RŌNIN will have a battery pack integrated into the structure for more efficiency and lower weight. The GT sports car will have a range over 550 miles with a starting price just under $200k. Henrik said he will be showing a prototype in August 2023. It will probably have a convertible option as well to see the stars!

The Fisker RŌNIN GT Super Car starting at under $200k

Henrik posted another photo of the Ronin supercar. Its actually a 4-door convertible in a unique segment. A few extra specifications… There is an engineering target for a 600 mile range. 0-60 MPH close to 2 seconds, but not SM sacrificing range. And, all wheel drive with 3 motors.

According to the company…

Earlier today after the social media post, Fisker dropped a press release for the Project Fisker RŌNIN.

The code name was inspired by the film of the same title, with its famous car chases.Development of the Ronin concept started last year with the goal of creating a futuristic Grand Touring sports car suitable for long road trips while carrying four adults and their luggage.

Henrik Fisker’s brief to the engineering team was to use the most advanced, lightweight materials and focus on range, performance, and overall driving experience. Project Ronin will feature active aerodynamic technologies and an innovative battery design, with the pack integrated into the structure of the vehicle.

The GT will feature unique doors for better ingress and egress and a luxurious, sustainable vegan interior that plots a new, advanced design direction. Fisker expects to reveal Project Ronin in August 2023, with production starting in the second half of 2024.

Henrik Fisker’s RŌNIN photo on Instagram:

Backstory on Fisker RŌNIN Super Car Photo

If you’re a Henrik Fisker fan, you may remember the tweet below when Henrik was on Twitter. Fisker tweeted about a top secret super car the evening of January 12th with a photo of the project before he quickly deleted the tweet.

We believe the photo here is what was shared this morning. The Fisker super car photo below looks to be a convertible with the black top. Convertible electric vehicles are great for star gazing!

Taking a look at the Fisker Investor Presentation

In the latest investor deck, you’ll find a pipeline of Fisker EVs planned out to 2025. Three of those vehicles are under covers. All three are expected to launch in 2024. We can now take the red tarp off another car in the pipeline. Meet the Fisker RŌNIN!

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