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Fisker set to compete with Tesla for high end

Fisker is set to enter the high end electric car market with their 4 door sports sedan model - the Karma. In mid August the company annouced full testing of a drivable prototype is going as planned. Recently the company also recieve a funding boost of $65 million dollars from a Qatar based investment group.

The vehicles on track for a late 2009 release are now completely sold out, but they are taking pre-orders for 2010.

Visit the Fisker Automotive site here

Video of a Fisker prototype

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Posted in Electric, Fisker on 09-10-08
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Comment by Jermey
2008-09-17 13:31:24

I like the looks of this car alot. These luxury plug ins are only going to help drive the main stream car makers with the technology. It always trickles down.

 
Comment by EgenMike
2008-09-18 01:21:59

Nice design, I just wish they would release some specs for this car like range and acceleration. I like the coupe look in a 4 door.

 
Comment by Jimmy
2008-09-19 01:15:51

I wonder if the car in the video is really a plug in or just a mock up. Pretty sweet though.

 
2008-12-31 12:33:31

[...] to their Karma model, Fisker has announced plans for a second luxury plug in electric car.  The Fisker Karma S or [...]

 
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