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Fisker Karma S

Fisker Karma S

Fisker Karma S

Fisker Karma S interior
Make Fisker Coachbuild
Model Karma S (Sunset)
Concept year 2009
Production year 2011
Engine Hybrid

The Karma S is powered by two electric motors which combined make 403 hp
The Fisker Karma S is a stunning vehicle designed by Henrik Fisker - ex-Jaguar, Aston Martin and BMW designer and founder of Fisker Coachbuild - a company rapidly becoming one of the major players in the world of hybrid eco-friendly vehicles.

Unveiled at the 2009 Detroit Motor Show, the styling of the Karma S is very similar to the Karma sedan which was unveiled in 2008 - and is due to go into production in 2010. This family resemblance is no bad thing when the resulting vehicle looks this good. The thin center section of the vehicle gives the impression of athletic ability while the bulging rear wheel arches imbue the concept with a sense of latent power. The styling details such as the headlights, taillights and exhaust pipes have all been carefully designed to fit perfectly with the overall shape of the car.

"Our objective is to create a singular design language and heritage around our state- of-the-art Q-DRIVE powertrain," said Henrik Fisker. "The Karma S is an extension of the Fisker Automotive product range of eco- conscious automobiles and sets the tone for our future."

Powering the Fisker Karma S is a hybrid drivetrain which consists of a plug-in capable lithium-ion battery pack and twin electric motors capable of delivering up to 403 horsepower to the rear wheels. The Karma S has a 50 mile all-electric range and a 2.0L turbocharged and direct-injected EcoTec four-cylinder which acts as a generator for longer journeys.

Similar and related vehicles:
Fisker Hybrid Sports Sedan
Fisker Tramonto (concept)
Fisker Tramonto (production)
Fisker Latigo CS

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