Aerodynamics are also optimised, with an open lower grille for cooling of electric components and an optimised underbody.
Fisker is expected to reveal a functional prototype by year's end.
Fisker is also touting a "vastly spacious interior" with "high-quality materials" with features such as a head-up display and cutting-edge interior technology.
Dual-electric motors will also mean all-wheel drive, with wheel options extending to as big as 22 inches.
Fisker is expected to reveal a functional prototype by year's end, while the electric SUV will spearhead the first of three new models from the brand, which will be topped by the road-going version of the Emotion concept.
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