Fisker Inc. (known as Fisker Automotive before its bankruptcy) is trying to cut the tide of Tesla and its Model Y unveiled last week by announcing its own affordable electric SUV. The model which is not yet named will cost less than $40,000 and will enter the market in the second half of 2021, says the company. It will be sold directly to consumers without going through a network of dealers. The Fisker website states that its plan is to make the car "accessible to people across the USA and the world". The Fisker electric SUV will adopt a four-wheel drive configuration with an electric motor in the front and another in the rear. A lithium-ion battery of more than 80 kWh will provide a range of approximately 480 kilometers - like the most powerful (and most expensive) version of the Tesla Model Y. Obviously, in the hands of the world-renowned designer Henrik Fisker, we can expect the vehicle will be absolutely gorgeous. Moreover, it is already presented as: "a futuristic, elegant muscular EV with clean surfaces and a dramatic shape." Apparently, there are design elements traditionally reserved for exotic sports cars, including rims up to 22 inches in diameter. The original "grille" that you see in the picture is actually a glass panel that hides a small radar. We will know more about Fisker's future electric SUV when a functional prototype is introduced by the end of 2019. Fisker will begin accepting the deposits shortly before the start of production, the exact location of which has not yet been confirmed. The company is developing a range of luxury and affordable electric vehicles. The launch of the SUV has pushed back the sublime electric sedan Fisker EMotion, unveiled at CES 2018 as a flagship model with a range of about 800 kilometers.