Fisker’s forthcoming flagship Rōnin convertible marries exotic supercar presence with eco-conscious powertrain. Slated for hand-built production in 2025, this low-slung four-seater opens butterfly doors to a sleek, sustainable interior.
Evoking Fisker’s Karma sculpted lines, the aluminum-framed Rōnin features prominent wheel arches and a power hardtop. Inside, a 17-inch screen joins an advanced steering wheel and digital dash, surrounding up to five passengers in EV-age style.
The Rōnin’s powertrain proves equally advanced. Boasting over 1000 horsepower, the vehicle is expected to rocket to 60 mph in 2 seconds before reaching a 170 mph top speed. The battery delivers a projected 600 mile range, aligning environmental credentials with supercar performance.
With production limited to 999 vehicles at $385,000 apiece, the Rōnin resides in exclusive territory. By merging performance and cutting-edge interior design with eco cred, Fisker’s carbon-fiber vision could reshape the luxury EV space. If deadlines hold true, this sustainable flagship may set new standards among elite marques upon arrival in 2025.