2025 Fisker Ronin is a halo sports car that is coming into a lot of light as the Project Ronin concept. The fledgling automaker says it would be going into production in the second half of 2024 as a four-door convertible. The brand claims, it’s aiming to own the title of “world’s longest range for a production EV,”. Then, this would mean more than 520 miles/charge. That’s the range of the current record holder. The Lucid Air can travel on a single charge, as per the EPA. The Ronin is expected to use active aerodynamics, a battery pack integrated into the structure of the car, and an all-vegan interior. Which is most likely to replace with vinyl upholstery rather than real cowhide.
The 2025 Fisker Ronin will be a new nameplate for the American brand, and it is expected to debut in August of 2023 with manufacturing starting in the second half of 2024.
Battery & Range
As of now, we don’t know any specifics on horsepower. But, we do know that Fisker is planning a three-motor AWD powertrain with a 600-mile estimated driving range. In an Instagram post, company CEO Henrik Fisker claimed this setup is capable of rocketing the Ronin to 60 mph in just 2.0 seconds.