Fisker was on hand to debut their coach built coupe and convertible. Clearly the exterior styling is the most divisive element of this car. So, let's get down to it. The Fisker Tramonto, the convertible, is designed around the Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG. The Fisker Latigo CS, the coupe, is based around the BMW 6-Series convertible. Fisker does a fine job of designing these two cars, because you really have to look to tell that they have different bones. That is from the exterior anyway, because the two car's have completely different interiors. The interiors will give away the Fiskers' bloodline, but if you want a fast, exclusive, custom built coupe or convertible, this is one sure fire way to get that without dealing with poor reliability. You get a performance car built on tested architecture with distinctive styling. On the styling issue, Fisker's creations look better in person than they do in photographs. The grill isn't my favorite one in autodom, but the rest of the design is beautifully done.
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