Both the Fisker Tramonto and Latigo CS are difficult to critique. There's one side of us that wants to dock points for the obvious design elements of the Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG and BMW M6 that seep through the sculpted shapes of Mr. Henrik Fisker. Plus, there's no denying a little of Mr. Fisker's Aston Martin DNA has been mixed into the metallurgy. But at the same time, at least while standing five feet away from this gorgeous coupe and convertible in Frankfurt, we came to the conclusion that we would rather be seen in a Fisker than in one of the cars on which they are based. Exclusivity is also guaranteed as only 150 of each will be built. Here are a couple of more shots we snapped in Germany, but there are galleries of wallpaper-sized pics for each Fisker over at Serious Wheels. Check them out, tell us if we're crazy.
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