Fisker’s EMotion electric luxury sedan debuted at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas with autonomous-capable technology.

Leading up to the reveal, it was reported that Fisker would debut the EMotion that featured advanced technology, including SAE Level 4 capable autonomous hardware and a solid-state battery. The official release of the car is different; the first production cars will have a lithium-ion battery manufactured by LG Chem, and not the graphene battery technology.

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By equipping the original models with the Lithium Ion battery, Fisker anticipates selling the EMotion at the very end of 2019.

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Production of the EMotion will happen in the United States, but Fisker won’t announce a location until the second half of this year.

The Fisker EMotion is said to have 400 miles of range and a top speed of 161 mph. It’s said to have all-wheel drive.

For future SAE Level 4 autonomy, the EMotion has 5 integrated LiDAR sensors. They are newer solid-state sensors, and the vehicle is said to be designed around those sensors for a streamlined look.

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Inside, the EMotion has seating for 4, with a rear bench option to seat 5. Fisker also said that there’ll be a “Chauffeur Edition” with a 27-inch curved rear screen.

Development continues on the solid-state battery technology. Fisker said that when it’s available, the EMotion will have a longer range of 500 miles and a rapid charge time. The company expects automotive applications of this battery technology to be ready in 2020. However, the company said that other personal electronics applications could start earlier.

The car is on display at Fisker’s booth at CES, along with the solid-state battery outside of the vehicle. A working battery that’s half the size of a cell phone battery will also be on display.