Fisker is a name that evokes passion, innovation, and sustainability in the automotive world. The company, founded by legendary designer Henrik Fisker, has been on a mission to create the world's most emotional and eco-friendly electric vehicles. After unveiling the Fisker Ocean SUV and the Fisker Pear hatchback, Fisker is now ready to reveal its most ambitious and exclusive project yet: the Fisker Ronin.

The Fisker Ronin is a four-door convertible electric car that aims to redefine the concept of a grand tourer for the electric age. It combines stunning design, exhilarating performance, and unparalleled range to appeal to the most discerning and adventurous drivers. The Ronin is not just a car; it's a statement of Fisker's vision and values.


The Fisker Ronin is based on the Project Ronin concept that was showcased at the company's first-ever Product Vision Day on August 3, 2023. The concept car drew inspiration from the famous John Frankenheimer film of the same name, which features epic car chase scenes. The name Ronin also refers to a samurai without a master, symbolizing Fisker's independence and courage.

The Ronin's design is a masterpiece of form and function, harmoniously blending elegance and sportiness. The car features a sleek and aerodynamic silhouette with a long hood, a short rear deck, and a low stance. A large grille with vertical slats and LED headlights with distinctive DRLs dominates the front fascia. Muscular fenders, sculpted doors, and 23-inch carbon-fiber wheels characterize the side profile. A prominent spoiler, LED taillights, and quad exhaust tips highlight the rear end.

The most striking feature of the Fisker Ronin is its retractable hardtop roof, which can be operated by a smartphone app or a button on the dashboard. The roof folds into the trunk in seconds, leaving some luggage space. The front trunk also offers additional cargo capacity, making the Ronin one of the most practical supercars on the market.

The Ronin's interior is equally impressive, offering space and comfort for four passengers. The cabin is crafted with premium materials, such as leather, Alcantara, carbon fiber, and aluminum. The seats are supportive and adjustable, with heating and cooling functions. The minimalist and futuristic dashboard features a 17.1-inch high-resolution touchscreen that controls the infotainment system and other functions. The instrument cluster is digital and customizable, displaying vital information for the driver.

The Ronin's interior also sets new standards for sustainable luxury, using innovative recycled and vegan materials. Fisker claims that the Ronin will be the world's most sustainable supercar, minimizing its environmental impact without compromising its quality or performance.


The Fisker Ronin four-door electric convertible car is not just a pretty face; it's also a beast under the hood. The car is powered by a three-motor all-wheel-drive system that delivers an estimated 1,000 horsepower and 1,200 lb-ft of torque. The Ronin can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2 seconds and reach a top speed of 170 mph. The car also features an adaptive suspension, an electronic limited-slip differential, and Brembo brakes for optimal handling and stability.

The Ronin's battery pack is integrated into its aluminum space frame, enhancing its rigidity and safety. The battery has a capacity of 180 kWh and can provide an astonishing range of 600 miles on a single charge. This means that the Ronin can travel from Los Angeles to Napa Valley or from Berlin to Paris without stopping for recharging. The battery can also support fast charging at up to 350 kW, allowing it to regain 80% of its charge in less than 20 minutes.

The Fisker Ronin electric convertible car also features active aerodynamics, which adjusts the airflow around the car depending on the speed and driving mode. The electric car has four driving modes: Eco, Sport, Track, and Custom. Each mode alters the power delivery, steering response, suspension settings, and sound effects to suit different driving scenarios.

Price and Availability

The Fisker Ronin four-door electric convertible will be priced at $385,000, making it one of the most expensive electric cars on the market. However, considering its exclusivity, performance, range, and design, it is worth every penny for those who can afford it. Fisker will produce only 999 units of the Ronin, making it a rare and collectible item.

Fisker opened reservations for the Ronin on August 3, allowing customers to place a deposit of $2,000 for the first reservation and a fully refundable $1,000 for the second. The deliveries are expected to start in the second half of 2025. Fisker will also offer various customization options for the Ronin, including different colors, trims, and accessories.

The Fisker Ronin is a car that will appeal to those who love to drive but are also thrilled by automotive art and design and demand that their high-performance vehicles embrace a sustainable future. It is a car that represents Fisker's vision of creating the ultimate electric convertible for the 21st century. @via Fisker.

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