Fischer today unveiled a glimpse of a flagship electric sports car project aimed at showcasing the company’s performance. In 2024, the production sports car will follow Fischer’s more affordable ocean and pear models.
The car, still called Project Ronin (some great car racing movie attraction), has been described as an “all-electric sport grand tour”, with a battery pack attached to the car’s structure. The company claims that it is “designing and engineering Project Ronin to deliver the longest range of production EVs with the ultimate high performance.”
To meet that demand, the sports car will have to make more of the growing improvements that could be made for Lucid’s current 516-mile Air Grand Touring. In an Instagram post, Henrik Fisker, founder and CEO of Fischer Inc., noticed a range of more than 550 miles.
2023 Fischer Ocean
Unlike the long-awaited Tesla Roadster, which was shown in 2017 and shown in 2019, it was claimed to have a 620-mile range. That model has now been pushed to early 2023.
Perhaps most notably, Fischer says Project Ronin “signals a return to the core of the Fischer brand’s luxurious design.” Fischer was referring to his predecessor Fisker Automotive and gained a reputation as a designer for creating some universally preferred shapes – including the BMW Z8, Aston Martin DB9, and various Fisker designs that were revived. Karma survives as Revero and today as GS-6.
Fischer Atlantic Design Prototype – 2012 New York Auto Show
Whether it signals a change in the design statement or refers to the actual price, Fischer’s current iteration focuses on more affordable vehicles.
The new automaker will be the third car after the $ 37,499 Fisker Ocean SUV, which will arrive for first delivery by the end of 2022, and the Fisker Pear, the, 29,900 urban EV that will be built in partnership with the iPhone maker in Ohio. Foxconn, started in 2024.
Fischer reports that it has more than 40,000 reservations for the ocean, and says that there will be no price change in the ocean by 2023.
Fischer plans to form a prototype version of the sports car in August 2023, with production in the second half of 2024.