We're slowly learning more about Henrik Fisker's planned 300-mile electric car, as the designer has now released a pair of teaser photos of the vehicle. It appears to have scissor doors that pivot toward the sky, for instance. And its aggressive front end looks an awful lot like the VLF Force 1 supercar concept he showed in January at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. DON'T MISS: Fisker is coming back, he says, with 400-mile electric car using graphene cells It's rumored that VLF’s plant in Auburn Hills, Michigan, will be the production site for the planned Fisker all-electric luxury sedan...
Fisker is coming back, he says, with 400-mile electric car using graphene cells (updated)
Henrik Fisker has designed some remarkable cars, among them Aston Martins, the BMW Z8, and of course the striking Fisker Karma range-extended electric luxury sedan. That vehicle, launched in 2012 by his namesake company, saw production of less than 3,000 units before the company collapsed in...John Voelcker
Karma Revero vs VLF Destino: same shape, different powertrains, radically different missions
The Fisker Karma has split into the Karma Revero and VLF Destino.Stephen Edelstein
VLF Destino (Fisker Karma with V-8, sans electric parts) starts deliveries
Backer Bob Lutz is among the first to take delivery of a VLF Destino.Stephen Edelstein