Fisker, the electric vehicle company founded by renowned car designer Henrik Fisker, has revealed its latest creation: the Fisker Ronin. This is not just another electric car but a super GT convertible that aims to set new performance, range, and sustainability standards. The Fisker Ronin will be produced in a limited run of 999 units, each priced at $385,000. Here's what you need to know about this stunning vehicle.
Design and Features
The Fisker Ronin is based on the Project Ronin concept that was first shown in August 2023. The name Ronin is an homage to the famous John Frankenheimer film of the same name, which features epic car chase scenes. The design of the Ronin is inspired by classic grand touring cars, 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.
The Fisker Ronin is a four-door convertible with rear butterfly doors that ensure easy rear-seat access. The front doors open electrically by swiping the handle or using a smartphone; the handle then extends when the rear doors are ready to open. All doors can be opened remotely by a smartphone, and the foldable, carbon-fiber hardtop will also be smartphone activated and automatically retract into the trunk, leaving some luggage space; additional luggage space will be available in the front trunk.
The exterior of the Ronin features a sleek and aerodynamic shape, with LED headlights and taillights, a large grille with a Fisker logo, and carbon-fiber 23-inch wheels. The interior of the Ronin will set new standards for sustainable luxury and will use innovative recycled and sustainable materials to make Ronin the world's most sustainable supercar. The interior will also have a 17.1-inch high-resolution screen and an instrument cluster positioned in front of the driver.