The Fisker EMotion is not just a car. It's a shot at redemption for Henrik Fisker: the man whose first attempt at automaking — see the Fisker Karma — ended in tears and a lawsuit. But more than that, it could also herald a new age of longer range, faster recharging electric vehicles. That is, if the "flexible solid-state" battery technology his company is simultaneously developing lives up to its hype.
More Henrik Here – Henrik Fisker Confirms Future $40,000 Electric Car, Discusses eMotion
With an ambitious production target of 2020 for both the car and battery not so far away, we had a number of questions we wanted to ask Mr. Fisker to help us get an idea of where the effort stands at the moment, and just how hopeful we should feel about the $130,000 all-electric luxury sedan and the solid-state batteries that could power it. Luckily for us, the designer-cum-auto-entrepreneur spared some time for our inquiries, and you can read the results for yourself below.