Fisker promises to build a zero-carbon car by 2027June 8, 2021
Its entire life cycle promises to be as environmentally friendly as possible: production in special factories that care about the environment, recycled materials in the body structure, and more.
Fisker Ocean won’t be on the line until November 2022, but the automaker has already announced plans to build a climate-neutral vehicle by 2027.
Details are still scarce. It is known that the car will use recycled materials and remanufactured components, and it will be produced in factories that run exclusively on renewable energy sources. The CEO of the company Henrik Fisker told about it.
In addition, Fisker intends to promote end-of-life recycling of electric vehicles, as well as the use of public charging networks that operate on 100% renewable energy. Moreover, the automaker noted that it will not buy carbon credits to achieve its goal.
Together with the announcement of a new electric car, the company has released a new teaser for the “revolutionary” Project PEAR electric car.
Fisker said little about Project PEAR. We know the electric vehicle will be built in the United States and will be based on the lightweight FP28 platform. The price of the new product will start at less than $ 30,000, and production is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2023.
Earlier, AutoTimesNews said that the first deliveries of the Tesla Model S Plaid electric car would begin on June 10. The long-awaited event was announced on Twitter by the founder and head of Tesla, Elon Musk.
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