Fisker teases the longest range EV project called Ronin
Fisker has revealed the image of its third EV, called Project Ronin, on social media, aiming to be the longest range sports EV.
The announcement of Project Ronin even before the manufacturing of the Ocean crossover starts this November shows the ambition of the American automaker to accelerate its expansion in the EV market.
Fisker targets a range of 885 km (550 miles) and exceeds the range of Lucid Air, which stands at 835 km (520 miles).
Fisker plans to start the production of Project Ronin in mid-2024 after revealing a prototype in August 2023. The price tag of Ronin is expected to be around $200,000.
Fisker made the European debut of Ocean in November at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The all-electric SUV emerged as a direct competitor to Audi E-Tron and BMW iX, with two battery pack options. Fisker is said to use a structural battery pack for Ronin, which is most likely to have the Powerbank ability of Ocean battery packs to supply power to other EVs and external devices.
Amid the busy development process, Fisker will reveal its second crossover, the Pear, to be released in 2024.