So Fisker will formally unveil a new luxury EV called the EMotion on August 17. He is promising 400 miles range!! What caught my attention is that the car will apparently not use lithium-ion batteries but instead use graphene supercapacitors. Any engineers here that can enlighten us about what the differences will be? I am guessing the supercapacitors might be able to charge and discharge quickly allowing for fast charging and quick power to the engine.
I am sure it will be very expensive and unfortunately charging will most likely be limited. It will definitely be a limited production car for a select few rich luxury car enthusiasts. But the car looks super cool and the graphene supercapacitors are a very intriguing technology. 400 miles range is pretty great too!