Until they do something about the charging time it's a non-starter.
Then once they have done that they need to guarantee at least 450 miles per 1 min charge.
And once those two things have been sorted they need to address how all those millions of people who live in a city and are lucky if they can park within a short bus ride of their house, oh yes they will have to have be hooligan and tamper proof.
The petrol engine will be around for a few years yet.
It's a beautiful car but I don't imagine it will be anything other than a very limited manufacture, proof of concept perhaps.
But that's the point, Fisker and Tesla are putting a spotlight on the emerging technologies surrounding EVs. VW are investing €100m in the development of 'solid state' batteries. Batteries with ultra-rapid recharge times. Potentially being able to add significant charge miles whilst the EV is stopped at traffic lights.
We are rapidly approaching a turning point in EV development, bring it on!