Fisker RŌNIN to be Featured in Hollywood Blockbuster Movie

Fisker RŌNIN

Henrik Fisker shares cryptic message with new photo of the Fisker RŌNIN below the Hollywood sign next to a samurai holding a sword.

Tonight, Henrik Fisker went to Instagram and posted a new photo of the Fisker RŌNIN. He shared a cryptic message with the image. Henrik said, “Good things comes to those who have patience!!” He used hashtags with the words: #love #ev #esg #samurai #ronin #fast #speed #innovation.

The photo includes the front half of the Fisker RŌNIN Grand Touring supercar. Let’s add that one to the RŌNIN photo gallery! Beside it, there is a shadow of a man holding a samurai sword in his left hand. In the background, there is the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, CA. This could only point to one thing, the Fisker RŌNIN will be featured in a Hollywood blockbuster movie.

We did some quick investigating of what this new movie could be. We know the RŌNIN prototype won’t be ready until August 2023. Maybe it’s a new movie in either one of the Fast & Furious or Need for Speed franchises? Who wouldn’t want to see a Fisker RŌNIN prototype being driven around by a samurai with a need for speed!

This will be the third time a Fisker electric vehicle will make an appearance in a Hollywood production. First, it was the Fisker Ocean in a T-Mobile commercial. Then, we saw the Fisker Ocean reappear in a Netflix series the Lincoln Lawyer . Now, we’re seeing the Fisker RŌNIN make its Hollywood debut in a movie.

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