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This is our first full look at the EMotion's interior.

The Fisker EMotion combines style, range, a luxurious interior and an advanced suite of lidar sensors for autonomous driving.

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Plus a small-scale demo of its new battery technology.

Fisker says the sedan's interior will be more spacious those of its competitors, with rear legroom exceeding that of "many full-size luxury sedans."

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The Orbit is set to launch by the end of next year.

Fisker's next EV is all about the ride.

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In a wide-ranging conversation, Fisker talks about his new company, his new car, technology, and the future of driving electric.

The new charging standard isn't inductive, isn't a cable, and you don't have to get out of your car to plug in.

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Enough with the teasing already.

It's sleek, but is it a bit too derivative of EVs past and present?

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VLF Automotive will build the Hummer H1 copy in Michigan.

It won't sell to US customers, though.

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Fisher again takes to Twitter to reveal a little more of his new model.

Fisker's new company touts electric vehicle with a 400-mile single-charge range.

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The EV is a mix of Tesla and the dead Fisker Karma.

The butterfly doors were gorgeous, but the front could use some work.

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The Fisker Karma's spiritual successor takes shape.

As far as doors go, these are works of art.

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'We have the technology that nobody else has.'

Check back in 12 months or so for more details.

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The designer also claims to be close to a battery breakthrough.

He may have just designed a V10 sports car, but he still wants an electric vehicle.

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The Fisker Karma hybrid may be dead, but the Corvette ZR-1-powered Destino brainchild of Henrik Fisker and Bob Lutz lives.

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Good karma, for the sea.

Veteran automobile designer Henrik Fisker has taken to the waves with this superyacht design for Italian shipyard Benetti, revealed at the Singapore Yacht Show.

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Forget hybrids. EVs are the future (even though he's making gas-powered supercars now).

Henrik Fisker talks about the future of EVs as he sees it.

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Henrik Fisker and company have managed to do the impossible by making the Dodge Viper even more aggressive in the form of the new VLF Force 1 V10, unveiled at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.

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Henrik Fisker has signed on with Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal to relaunch the Karma with Corvette ZR1 power as the VLF Destino at the Detroit Auto Show.

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When Aston Martin asks Henrik Fisker not show The Force 1 at the Detroit Auto Show or change its design, Fisker responds with a $100M civil extortion lawsuit.

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Henrik Fisker is dipping his toes in the water in partnership with Italian shipyard Benetti to design a new line of superyachts as long as ten Karmas parked end to end.

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