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Fisker

Fisker Atlantic

Fisker Atlantic

Aimed at young – and rich – families, the Fisker Atlantic is a four-door hybrid sport sedan. It shares the sleek and curvy aesthetic of the Karma and Surf, with the addition of a see-through glass roof.

Fisker Surf

Fisker Surf

The Surf is a 5-door hatchback that uses the same hybrid powertrain as the Karma, meaning it can go up to 50mi on electricity alone and another 250mi with the help of its 260hp turbocharged gas engine.

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2012 Fisker Karma

2012 Fisker Karma
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The latest version of the drop-dead gorgeous luxury hybrid sedan has two 201hp electric motors and a 255hp 2L turbocharged engine. Does 0-60 in 5.9s with a top speed of 125mph in hybrid mode.

Fisker Karma S

Fisker Karma S

Now that we’ve already seen the Karma, Fisker’s folding hardtop Karma S should come as no surprise; still, as the world’s first plug-in hardtop convertible it’s both sexy and green.

Fisker Karma Production Pics

Fisker Karma Production Pics

Fisker’s Karma is production ready, as evidenced by these new pictures; the upper grille, lower air intake and exhaust pipe have been modified, but we still think it looks smokin’.

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