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Here's your first look at the Fisker EMotion's rear end

There's a bit of Karma in there, but not much.

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Henrik Fisker finally gave the world a look at his upcoming electric car on Halloween, but we only got a glimpse of its front end. Now, we're getting a peek at what's 'round back.

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Fisker EMotion Rear End

So many "rear end" jokes, so little time.

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Fisker Inc., the legendary car designer's eponymous company, released one quick shot of the EMotion's rear end. It's far sleeker than the Karma, Fisker's last foray into automotive design. The trunk seems suitably large, but what isn't large is the lighting -- it's incredibly thin.

The Fisker EMotion's specs are impressive, but they only exist on paper for the time being. Fisker promises 400 miles of all-electric range, with a top speed of 161 miles per hour and more rear legroom than some full-size luxury cars. Eventually, the EMotion will permit fully autonomous driving, but that won't come until some time after launch.

Fisker promised that more details would be revealed in early 2017. They'd better be, because the company claimed it would start deliveries halfway through next year.

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Fisker EMotion

Here's the front end again, just in case you forgot what it looks like.

Fisker Inc.

Update, 4:33 p.m. Eastern: Removed references to "thin blue lighting" as it was actually a typo from Fisker's PR team.

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Andrew Krok Reviews Editor / Cars
Cars are Andrew's jam, as is strawberry. After spending years as a regular ol' car fanatic, he started working his way through the echelons of the automotive industry, starting out as social-media director of a small European-focused garage outside of Chicago. From there, he moved to the editorial side, penning several written features in Total 911 Magazine before becoming a full-time auto writer, first for a local Chicago outlet and then for CNET Cars.
Andrew Krok
Cars are Andrew's jam, as is strawberry. After spending years as a regular ol' car fanatic, he started working his way through the echelons of the automotive industry, starting out as social-media director of a small European-focused garage outside of Chicago. From there, he moved to the editorial side, penning several written features in Total 911 Magazine before becoming a full-time auto writer, first for a local Chicago outlet and then for CNET Cars.

Updated Dec. 13, 2016 7:30 a.m. PT

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