Henrik Fisker ( (FSR) - Get Report) is no stranger to electric cars, and certainly no stranger to the automotive industry’s evolution. Having created one of the world’s first electric vehicles nearly a decade ago - before Tesla ( (TSLA) - Get Report)- he is at it again, putting his last name to what he sees as the next evolution in people-moving technology and design.
TheStreet's Corey Goldman caught up with Henrik Fisker following a whirlwind week of reveals from the eponymous Los Angeles-based car maker, including a new deal with Apple (AAPL) - Get Report iPhone maker Foxconn to make electric 'vehicles' (not necessarily cars), Fisker’s first quarterly results as a publicly-traded company, and what Fisker himself envisions the roads will look like in 2031.
Watch the full video interview with Henrik Fisker above.
Jim Cramer also spoke with Fisker to discuss the changing car-buying landscape on CNBC'S Mad Money.
Fisker told TheStreet's co-founder, "younger people don't want to take out a huge auto loan or lock themselves into a multi-year lease," which is why Fisker will offer flexible leases where buyers can return the vehicle any time they want, TheStreet's Scott Rutt wrote in his Mad Money recap.