The first model looks like it could be a breathtaking luxury EV.

Henrik Fisker is launching a new automaker called Fisker Inc, and the firm aims to debut a premium electric vehicle in the second half of 2017. The company claims that its patented battery tech could give the vehicle a range of over 400 miles (644 kilometers) on a charge.

Fisker isn’t releasing many details about the project yet, but the company’s teaser sketch (above) suggests a bold design. The vehicle looks fairly compact and has a short hood with a large passenger compartment. Massive rear fenders hint the still-unnamed model might prioritize performance. Fisker’s design resume includes the Aston Martin V8 Vantage and DB9, and this rendering points to a similar combination of speed and luxury.

“It will be sporty and spacious. And you’ve got to make something look beautiful—there is no excuse for making an ugly car, even with new technology—so it will definitely have some of my signature elements,” Fisker told Bloomberg.

The technology powering the new vehicle will come from another new company – Fisker Nanotech. This separate, though closely related, entity will focus on creating a revolutionary battery. Details are scant, but the firm’s tech allegedly uses lithium in a different way than modern energy storage devices. “We have already developed prototypes that you won’t see anywhere else,” Jack Kavanaugh, chairman of Fisker Nanotech, told Bloomberg.

Fisker Inc. also wants to launch a more affordable model eventually. Take these plans with a grain of salt for now because bringing one vehicle to market is hard enough for a new company.

Fisker has continued designing vehicles since Fisker Automotive finished bankruptcy in 2014. His Thunderbolt in 2015 added new touches to the Aston Martin Vanquish, and the Rocket was an adventurous take on the Ford Mustang. He even penned a gigantic yacht.

The Fisker Karma is also back on the road as the Karma Revero. After the automaker’s bankruptcy, a Chinese firm bought the rights to the design. The company is now taking orders for $130,000 each.

Source: Bloomberg, Fisker Inc.

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