Reserve Fisker’s $385K, 1000-hp EV, if you dare

Fisker Inc.

Fisker, the all-electric automaker that currently has just one vehicle on the market, the Fisker Ocean SUV, last week held a “Product Vision Day” where multiple future models were showcased.

The one getting the most buzz is the Rōnin Super GT, a 1000-plus-horsepower, four-door supercar named after the 1998 John Frankenheimer movie that is known for its vigorous car-chase scenes. Now Fisker is taking orders for the $385,000 Rōnin, with deliveries to start in the second half of 2025. There will be just 999 built.

They might go fast. Literally. “With a projected 0-60 mph time of approximately two seconds and a 170 mph top speed, the Fisker Rōnin will be able to match up with or surpass any supercar currently on the market while also delivering tremendous range.” That range is projected to be 600 miles on a single charge.

By comparison, the highest performing version of the electric Porsche Taycan, the Turbo S, has four doors, up to 750 horsepower on overboost, and takes 2.6 seconds to get to 60 mph; however, it costs $188,450 less.

“The Fisker Rōnin is for people who love to drive, but who are also thrilled by automotive art and design and demand that their high-performance vehicles embrace a sustainable future,” chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker said. “Our goal was to create a classic grand touring car, updated for the 21st century and engineered for customers who want to drive from Los Angeles to Napa Valley on a single charge or take on the autobahn at steady high speeds without concern for battery capacity.”

Fisker, a designer by trade who has worked for BMW, Ford, and Aston Martin, said the Rōnin will accommodate five people “while taking advantage of an electric vehicle’s layout to provide exceptional cargo capacity, a true rarity in the supercar world.”

Fisker Ronin supercar EV
Fisker Inc.

The foldable carbon-fiber hardtop will be smartphone-activated and capable of retracting automatically into the trunk, leaving some luggage space; additional luggage space will be available in the front trunk. The hardtop has to be up to make room for five.

The Fisker Rōnin will use a unique aluminum space frame with integrated battery cells to achieve its targeted range of 600 miles.

“Lightweight materials will also feature in the carbon-fiber 23-inch wheels. The interior will set new standards for sustainable luxury and will use innovative recycled and sustainable materials, with the goal of making the Rōnin the world’s most sustainable supercar. The Rōnin will also have a 17.1-inch high-resolution screen and an instrument cluster positioned in front of the driver.“

Want to make a reservation? Go to and send them $2000.




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    Lets see if Fisker can survive again. I like original Karma sedan with the GM powerplant to keep it going. Seems like an idea no one will explore again.

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