Henrik Fisker Is Making An EV With Stealth Mode

Posted: Sep 1 2016, 10:43pm CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Henrik Fisker is Making an EV with Stealth Mode
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The designer car will be having a great battery timing as well.

VLF Automotive have been really busy with the new models that are coming in a few months. The Force 1 sports car has taken the legacy of company’s tradition to a new level however we have been told that Fisker is not yet done with electric cars too.

When one of the founders of company Henrik Fisker was asked about his next plans he said that he was working on an electric vehicle. He said that he is working on the battery modules and certainly very near to a breakthrough in the technology.

He told The Detroit News that due to his new invention his name might be associated with new VLF bearings and batteries. We have known from the past many years that Fisker loved to work on EVs though it is the first time that he has actually acknowledged it.

It looks like Fisker is trying to stay under the radar for as long as possible. His previous attempt at the self-titled company of cars became bankrupt and was sold to a Chinese car company along with the plug in hybrid module that he made.

It was a tough time for designer though it looks like he is all set to bring a new air to the futuristic cars. He has also teamed up with many other companies in order to formulate multiple projects, however all of them were not successful. He carried a plan with Aston Martin which was met with a law suit.

Though it looks like he won’t be demoralized due to the setbacks he has seen recently. Fisker is currently working on a project that involves a yacht for boat builder Benetti.

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