Despite having yet to deliver its first electric vehicle, Fisker has announced today plans for its third EV, dubbed Project Ronin.
Fisker didn’t provide many details about the concept EV. What we do know is that it will be a Grand Touring sports car featuring “active aerodynamic technologies.” It will also have “unique doors” and a “luxurious, sustainable vegan interior.”
Taking a page out of Tesla’s playbook, they also said it will feature an “innovative battery design” that will be “integrated into the structure of the vehicle.”
With that design Fisker says Project Ronin will have the longest range of any production EV, which currently sits at 520 miles for the Lucid Air.
That is a bold claim to make when Project Ronin won’t even enter production until the second half of 2024.
“The aim is to achieve the world’s longest range for a production EV, combined with extremely high levels of performance. Project Ronin will be a showcase for our internal engineering, powertrain, and software capabilities,” CEO Henrik Fisker said.
That timeline should also be taken with a large grain of salt, as Fisker has yet to start production of their first EV. The Fisker Ocean was first announced in 2019, and as of the most recent update should enter production later this year.
The company has also announced another EV, the Fisker PEAR. It is also set to debut in 2024, and is expected to be priced under $30,000 USD.