All cars should come with upwards opening doors. They look better and they make the cars look better. Mercedes did it with the gull wing doors on the 300 SL. Lamborghini has done scissor doors it on all its V12 supercars. Koenigsegg has raptor doors on its Agera. More recently Tesla has done Falcon wing doors on its Model X. All great looking cars. Now Fisker has gone one-up on all of them with this the EMotion electric vehicle.
Four butterfly doors! Count them. Four.
What did I tell you about cars looking better? But looks aside, the new EMotion sedan is one of the most exciting new electric cars all set to be launched. While Tesla’s Model S has been sought after by buyers, Fisker is packing the Emotion with loads of tech to give Tesla a fair and square fight.
The car will come with a 143 kWh battery pack that can be charged to give a range of 200 km�(125 miles) on a quick charge of nine minutes! Fisker also claims a range of more than 643 km�(400 miles) on a full charge. The Tesla in comparison has a 100 kWh battery pack in the Model S and a range of 600 km (373 miles � on 19-inch wheels).
The car will be shown at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and the highlight of the event will be the company�s new Solid-State Battery Technology. Fisker claims to have made a breakthrough in battery technology in terms of capacity, energy density and charge times.
Here�s to an electric future.