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As we patiently wait for a new Tesla Roadster, Fisker has unveiled a 1,000-hp, all-electric droptop of its own. Expected to hit production in the second half of 2025, and carrying a hefty price tag of at least $385,000, the Fisker Ronin is perhaps one of the most unique new performance EVs we've seen so far. Alongside the much more affordable Ocean and PEAR crossovers and the Alaska pickup, the Ronin will serve as Fisker's stylish halo model.




The Ronin is a cross between several different body styles, combining a sleek four-door body with a retractable hardtop roof. When the top is up, the Ronin takes on the appearance of an exotic sports sedan, with its scuplted lines and low stance almost resembling a spiritual successor to the late Fisker Karma. The Ronin also features a long wheelbase, and its front doors are accompanied by half rear doors akin to the Mazda RX-8. The halo model rides on large, lightweight 23-inch wheels made of carbon fiber, just like the removable hardtop.


Fisker developed an aluminum space chassis exclusively for the Ronin, which directly houses the vehicle's battery pack. The automaker didn't specify the exact details for the Ronin's powertrain, though it did disclose the halo car's insane performance stats. Fisker promises a total output of more than 1,000 horsepower, which enables a 0-60 acceleration time of around 2 seconds until the Ronin maxes out at 170 mph. The performance car will also be capable of travelling up to 600 miles on a single charge, which would place it at the top of the EV industry in terms of range.




Stepping inside reveals seating for five, and despite the slim rear doors, ingress and egress has been optimized with butterfly rear doors. Meanwhile, the front doors use electronic trickery to open with a swipe of the single rear door handle. Additionally, all four doors, the front and rear trunks, and even the retractable hardtop can be controlled using the owner's smartphone. Fisker says the front and rear trunks offer "exceptional" cargo space, which is especially true with the Ronin's long hood and pronounced rear trunk. When the top is down, Fisker says the hardtop folds in the rear trunk, leaving "some luggage space" left.


Fisker provided nothing more than a few renderings of the Ronin's interior, which integrates a large 17.1-inch infotainment display in the center of the illuminated dashboard. The halo model also adopts a yoke steering wheel, which directly features a small digital instrument display flanked by minimal controls. Fisker also boasts plenty of sustainable materials inside.



The Ronin is expected to start production later in 2025, though Fisker only plans to built 999 units. Customers can already place a $2,000 deposit to reserve their electric roadster, before facing its eye-watering $385,000 asking price.


Would you spend over $300,000 on this Fisker Ronin?

Image Credits: Fisker
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Aug 12, 2023
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2026 Fisker Ronin Boasts 600-Mile Range, Over 1,000 Horsepower For $385K

The all-electric Ronin doubles as both a grand tourer and a hardtop convertible.

As we patiently wait for a new Tesla Roadster, Fisker has unveiled a 1,000-hp, all-electric droptop of its own. Expected to hit production in the second half of 2025, and carrying a hefty price tag of at least $385,000, the Fisker Ronin is perhaps one of the most unique new performance EVs we've seen so far. Alongside the much more affordable Ocean and PEAR crossovers and the Alaska pickup, the Ronin will serve as Fisker's stylish halo model.




The Ronin is a cross between several different body styles, combining a sleek four-door body with a retractable hardtop roof. When the top is up, the Ronin takes on the appearance of an exotic sports sedan, with its scuplted lines and low stance almost resembling a spiritual successor to the late Fisker Karma. The Ronin also features a long wheelbase, and its front doors are accompanied by half rear doors akin to the Mazda RX-8. The halo model rides on large, lightweight 23-inch wheels made of carbon fiber, just like the removable hardtop.


Fisker developed an aluminum space chassis exclusively for the Ronin, which directly houses the vehicle's battery pack. The automaker didn't specify the exact details for the Ronin's powertrain, though it did disclose the halo car's insane performance stats. Fisker promises a total output of more than 1,000 horsepower, which enables a 0-60 acceleration time of around 2 seconds until the Ronin maxes out at 170 mph. The performance car will also be capable of travelling up to 600 miles on a single charge, which would place it at the top of the EV industry in terms of range.




Stepping inside reveals seating for five, and despite the slim rear doors, ingress and egress has been optimized with butterfly rear doors. Meanwhile, the front doors use electronic trickery to open with a swipe of the single rear door handle. Additionally, all four doors, the front and rear trunks, and even the retractable hardtop can be controlled using the owner's smartphone. Fisker says the front and rear trunks offer "exceptional" cargo space, which is especially true with the Ronin's long hood and pronounced rear trunk. When the top is down, Fisker says the hardtop folds in the rear trunk, leaving "some luggage space" left.


Fisker provided nothing more than a few renderings of the Ronin's interior, which integrates a large 17.1-inch infotainment display in the center of the illuminated dashboard. The halo model also adopts a yoke steering wheel, which directly features a small digital instrument display flanked by minimal controls. Fisker also boasts plenty of sustainable materials inside.



The Ronin is expected to start production later in 2025, though Fisker only plans to built 999 units. Customers can already place a $2,000 deposit to reserve their electric roadster, before facing its eye-watering $385,000 asking price.


Would you spend over $300,000 on this Fisker Ronin?

Image Credits: Fisker

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