Fisker has released yet another teaser of the new electric SUV, which partially reveals the car’s rear three-quarter design.
Posted on Facebook by the company’s founder, Henrik Fisker, it shows the floating-style roof with the electrically-removable panel, pop-out, illuminated door handles, thin taillights that span across the fenders and rear turn signals mounted on the D pillars.
The teaser is accompanied by a caption in which Mr. Fisker announced that the zero-emission high-riding vehicle will premiere in December, reassuring that the sub-$40k price still stands.
“OK, I’ll show a bit more of that D-pillar indicator that will provide extra safety when you change lanes. All-electric SUV under $40,000. Unveiling Dec this year. Look at that rear fender!!!”
Intricate turn signals aside, the yet-to-be-named SUV will feature a large grille in the front bumper, small headlamps with LED DRLs and secondary running lights incorporated into the lower half of the front end. The rakish windscreen was also previewed, along with the fender flares that leave room for a pair of optional 22-inch rims, and what appears to be plastic body cladding.
Power will be provided by two electric motors, one on each axle, backed up by an 80 kWh battery pack in the base model that will provide an estimated range of 300 miles (483 km) on a single charge.
Full production of the Fisker electric SUV will commence in the coming months and it will be made in the U.S.A., although the company has yet to decide of the exact location of the production site.
Ok, I’ll show a bit more of that D-Pillar indicator, that will provide extra safety when you change lanes. All electric…