Henrik Fisker, former designer at BMW Group and Aston Martin, relaunched his eponymous electric car company last fall with plans for an EV to rival Tesla's Model S.
The CEO teased the vehicle last October, calling it the "spiritual successor" to the Fisker Karma electric car launched in 2012.
Now, the designer who helped create the first BMW Z8, Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Aston Martin DB9 is releasing more details about his latest creation.
The Fisker EMotion will boast a 400-mile range and a nine-minute charge, with autonomous and connected capabilities, according to a tweet last week by the designer.
By comparison, the range of the Model S falls below 350 miles, and with a Supercharger, it takes 30 minutes to juice up and provide 170 miles of range.
The EMotion is the first vehicle produced under the successor to Fisker Automotive Inc., which was sectioned off in a bankruptcy auction in 2014 and now is owned and controlled by China's Wanxiang Group. The group was subsequently renamed Karma Automotive, but the Fisker brand remained in play.
Pricing for the EMotion is expected to start at $129,000, the company said in a statement, with orders opening June 30.
Fisker said the EV will premiere Aug. 17 during Monterey Car Week in California.