The Fisker Latigo has as base the BMW 6-series Coupe and like the Tramonto, all electronic and safety systems remained untouched, every vehicle option is yours to choose from, and only 150 units will ever be made. The model will be powered by a 4.8-liter, 32-valve V8 engine that will produce 360 horsepower and also an optional 5.0-liter V10 will be offered that will produce 500 horsepower. Every technological feature remains intact, including the home-theater quality Logic7 audio system and the optional heads-up display.
The BMW 6 Series Coupe provides the base vehicle architecture for the FISKER LATIGO CS. The signature FISKER touch brings a new gravitas and balance to the luxury sports coupe - it is understated sporty elegance at its best. As in the TRAMONTO, all electronic, telematic and safety systems remain untouched, every vehicle option is yours to choose from, and only 150 will ever be made.
The FISKER LATIGO CS is currently nearing production status, so final technical details are still in flux. Engine specifications call for a standard 32-valve, 4.8-liter V-8 pumping out over 360 horsepower, and an optional 5.0-liter V-10 that generates over 500 horsepower if you choose a BMW M6 as your base architecture.
In the lines of the car, there is tension - like an arrow pulled back in the bow. The C-pillars have
been designed to flow in a sculptured manner and sit solidly over the rear wheel. The front and rear dimensions have both been shortened, and a sculptured power dome highlights the hood. Overall, these brilliantly balanced proportions lend a solid, unmistakable presence to the FISKER LATIGO CS, while advanced aerodynamic sculpting creates a shape that is virtually invisible to the air. Lightweight, high-strength aluminum and carbon fiber define the outer shape - while inside, the expert touch of FISKER COACHBUILD and Distinctive Industries has created a spacious, high-performance, high-luxury environment. Every technological feature remains intact, including the home-theater quality Logic7 audio system and the optional heads-up display.
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