Car designer replaces battery for "Tesla killer"

A partnership has fallen apart between Henrik Fisker and Nanotech Energy for the development of a groundbreaking electric car battery with graphene technology. LG Chem will now serve as supplier instead.

Fisker Emotion | Photo: Fisker Inc.

Danish car designer and CEO of Fisker Inc., Henrik Fisker, is underway with his latest electric car venture, in a project he has dubbed a "Tesla killer".

However, according to Automotive News, Fisker has been forced to shift strategy in the development of the Fisker Emotion, after the plug was pulled on Fisker Nanotech – the planned joint venture between Fisker Inc and Nanotech Energy – before the electricity had even began to flow.

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