Henrik Fisker Reveals Front Of Its EV

Posted: Oct 25 2016, 12:44pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 26 2016, 9:54pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Henrik Fisker Reveals Front of its EV
Credit: Henrik Fisker Twitter
  • Henrik Fisker Released the Front Pictures of its EV on Twitter
 

The front end of the upcoming car looks sporty too just like the butterfly doors.

Henrik Fisker has been in the news for many months with its super mysterious EV. The EV is supposed to be a 400 mile electric vehicle.

Last week he shared the pictures of butterfly doors of the EV that looked absolutely beautiful in all the aspects. The new picture that he recently shared on twitter shows the front of its 400 miles car. 

The picture that has been shared online has the patina of old video game CGI. It hints at a design that is more like a sports racing car instead of a street legal vehicle.

According to Fisker, the front end of this car is heavily inspired by aerodynamics. The car has a grille less front end. This kind of design is pretty much like the refreshed model of Tesla Model S.

Along with that we can clearly see fitted LED headlights. It also have centrally located radar and camera sensor combination. 

The car has gotten gorgeous dihedral doors. The butterfly doors en-captivated a lot of people. Many of us were expecting the rest of the car to be promising in styling and nature as well. However this front end look which is released earlier doesn’t look very impressive. 

The front look of the car is nothing out of ordinary. It is pretty hard to imagine that the same man who created this vehicle has also designed Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Aston Martin DB9.

The new car by Fisker Inc. is supposed to be the spiritual successor of Fisker Karma. Fisker had also stated earlier that this car is going to be sporty and spacious. 

This car is supposed to arrive by the end of year 2017 and will be the first one to be released by Fisker Inc. It will have battery technology from company’s own sub division Fisker Nanotech.

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