Fisker has introduced the Ronin, an electric sports vehicle with a cell-to-cell chassis idea. According to the release, the Ronin would have a "unique aluminium space frame with integrated battery cells." Aluminium being lightweight and durable, serves as a perfect metal for automobile manufacturers. As per the disclosure, only 999 Ronins will be constructed, according to fresh photographs released by Fisker.
The Fisker Ronin Super GT Convertible is set to be delivered in the second part of 2025. The vehicle, as unveiled during the 'Product Vision Day,' is a five-seater convertible that is both a sports car and a Gran Turismo. The car is designed to be a sporty saloon when the hardtop is folded down.
The Ronin will be equipped with a three-motor all-wheel drive system capable of producing more than 745 kW of power and accelerating from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in less than two seconds. A significant figure in the "old" combustion engine world: 745 kW = 1,013 horsepower. Fisker claims a peak speed of 170 mph (275 km/h) and a range of 600 miles (965 kilometres).
Fisker claims that the Ronin will utilise the benefits of an electric platform to deliver a concept that would be difficult to realise in the combustion world: a sports car with plenty of room for passengers and luggage.