The Rocket Speedster concept was unveiled at Pebble Beach
The Speedster is unlikely to cost much more than the Rocket coupé
The Rocket is based on the sixth-generation Mustang
Prices for the Rocket are expected to start at around £80,000
Fisker's partner in the project, Galpin Motors, is the world's largest Ford dealer
Around 100 cars per year could be made
Henrik Fisker was a former design boss at Aston Martin
High-spec versions of the Rocket would cost up to £100,000
The interior keeps many features from the standard Mustang
The Rocket features a Fisker-designed all-carbon body
The project was finalised at last year's Pebble Beach gathering
Both partners say the Rocket is meant to respect Moray Callum's standard production Mustang
The Rocket features Brembo performance brakes and unique alloy wheels
The Fisker-Galpin Rocket Speedster concept car has made its global debut at the Pebble Beach Concours, and is expected to enter production alongside the Rocket Coupé revealed at last year's LA Motor show.
Like the Rocket Coupé, the Speedster is based on a highly modified version of the latest Ford Mustang, and has been dubbed "the ultimate muscle car" by its creators. For the Speedster concept, the rear seats of the original Rocket concept have been removed.
The Rocket was conceived by former Aston chief designer Henrik Fisker and Beau Boeckmann, boss of LA-based Galpin Motors, the world's biggest Ford dealer.