The two-seater will go on sale in April, with a limited production run of up to 50 units.
Fisker said The Force 1 will be based on an existing front/midengine rear-drive American car and will be priced under $300,000.
"I believe there is room in the market for a daily driver that embodies all the attributes of the best track racing car and the comfort of a luxurious sports car," said Fisker in a statement.
Details include ultra-thin ventilated laser blade taillights, a carbon-fiber body, 21-inch wheels and an active suspension.
While few details have been made available about The Force 1, it is expected to be based on the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.
Edmunds says: The Force 1 promises to be one of the highlights of the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, even though it's a niche vehicle with limited appeal for most mainstream shoppers.