We posted details of Fisker Coachbuild's 610-hp roadster back in May, and we're eagerly anticipating its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Henrik Fisker, the man responsible for such drop-dead gorgeous designs as the Aston Martin DB9 and BMW Z8, penned the roadster, which will be known from now on as the Tramonto. The So-Cal based company plans to eek out a living selling 150 copies of the Tramonto, which it claims will do 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds and reach speeds in excess of 200 mph. We're sure Fisker has created another high-dollar babe magnet in the Tramonto, but we can't help seeing a lot of Aston Martin and a little bit of Subaru influence in the grille treatment.
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