05 May 2022 | Abstracted from WhichCar"Four-door convertibles are uncommon largely because of the structural challenges involved, usually requiring significant reinforcement in the doors to limit body flex. Likewise, devising a roof that can cover a four-seat area and still fold away into a practical storage area presents a challenge of its own.
"I think we could capture a relative large market share in this segment above (US)$150k (AU$208,000)," Fisker says.
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