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Fisker has recently released details of a barrage of amazing new EVs that will be available to consumers soon, and among these is the Fisker Rönin, a super GT car that will see a limited production run of just 999 units. This means there will be just on 1 000 owners of one of the most technologically-advanced cars on the market, a fully-electric EV that will have stupendous power with an amazing range. The Fisker Rönin is a Super GT Convertible that can seat 5 people and travel at great distances in comfort, and if any other supercar pulls up for a little demonstration of power and speed, it will likely be treated to seeing that very cool rear-end for a while until the car pulls away. "The Fisker Rönin 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”. To make the Fisker Rönin even cooler than it already looks, the name of the Super GT Convertible pays homage to the famous John Frankenheimer that’s known for having some of the best car chase scenes in cinema - Rönin. Be honest, that’s also the first thing you thought of when you saw the name…

The Fisker Rönin will carry a price tag of $385 000 and is slated for deliveries to commence in the latter half of 2025. Recognizing the growing demand for performance-oriented SUVs in the luxury market, Fisker created the Rönin. It will reportedly boast a projected 0-100 km/h acceleration time of around two seconds with a top speed capped at 275 km/h. Yeah, other cars have a higher top end, but they can’t do it with 5 people on board and won’t get there as quickly. The Fisker Rönin features an array of innovative design choices that cater to the driver's enjoyment. Emphasizing accessibility, the rear butterfly doors make rear-seat entry effortless. With only a single door handle needed, the front doors open electronically through a swipe or a smartphone command. The rear doors extend for easy access, and for added convenience, all doors can be remotely operated via an app. The foldable carbon fibre hardtop can be retracted using the same smartphone functionality, conserving boot space and there’s also additional luggage room in the front compartment. The unique aluminium space frame is integrated with battery cells and has a projected range of an amazing 965 km, which will set a new standard for electric supercars. Inside the Rönin there are innovative recycled and eco-conscious materials, and the driver's cockpit features a 17.1-inch high-resolution screen and a driver-centric instrument cluster to provide an immersive and intuitive driving experience.

Take a look at the YouTube video detailing the new Fisker Rönin Super GT, the all-electric grand tourer that's still in the development phase, but the new details promise copious amounts of power with an amazing range that will see this new generation of full-electric able to do cross-country travel just like their gasoline-powered counterparts, but at a ridiculous speed when the roads open up and the cops stay off the roads: Fisker Ronin Revealed With 600 miles of range and over 1000 horsepower | DCCcars

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