Just last week we talked about the Fisker EMotion. That is a new vehicle that adds to the sophisticated market of supercar powered by electricity. And that enjoys autonomous driving capabilities.
It was at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas where the vehicle was shown in great detail. Also, indicating that its careful design is both external and internal. And for space abounds, thanks to being a bit longer than a BMW 5 Series.
The Fisker EMotion was seen in detail taking advantage of his walk in Las Vegas
What dominates the interior at first glance are the three screens it includes. That is a large touch screen for several vehicle functions and two on the top of the board for other readings. The only physical switches are a multifunction controller on the steering wheel. And levers to control the lights and windshield wipers. Blocking and starting will also be controlled through a smartphone application.
"In the old days, luxury was defined by the number of buttons you had. I think it's now defined by the amount of touch screen area it has inside, "Fisker said. "But ultimately, when we look up from all the screens, we want to see a really high-quality design."
Autonomous Driving with great precision
And for that purpose, apparently, every inch of the interior of the EMotion is covered in leather, metal or carbon fiber. According to The Verge, " the concept looked and felt high quality, and it smelled incredible. Also, that is not always a fact with the cars of the new companies ." The attention to detail in the EMotion is surprising, to the point that passengers can have their curved screen to entertain themselves during the trip.
"You do not want a car to be so boring that you've discovered everything in a few minutes," Fisker said.
"I think you want it to be exciting enough, so when you're sitting inside, yes, it's a simple door [panel], but it has some interesting shapes. It has unique leathers, like this wavy leather that you can discover later ".
We remind you that the vehicle makes use of the LIDAR sensors. And they expect this car to arrive with autonomous level 4 driving; it uses lithium batteries. That allows an autonomy of up to 643 kilometers, UltraCharger technology would enable reaching the 201 km of freedom with 9 minutes of loading. And if everything goes as it should, this vehicle will go on sale next year for 108,000 euros.