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Fisker Teases More EVs



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California-based electric vehicle maker Fisker Inc., which aims to launch its first model in two years, says two more vehicles are in the works.

The new vehicles will share a platform with the yet-to-be-named SUV/crossover the company announced in March. That vehicle has a target price of about $40,000.

One of the new models appears to be some sort of truck with a cargo bed. Founder Henrik Fisker tweeted a teaser image of the vehicle’s rear end today, proclaiming all its vehicles regardless of segment will be electrified.

The status of the top-end EMotion electric sedan is unclear. Fisker put the project on hold earlier this year to focus on the crossover vehicle.


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