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Fisker Karma

Fisker Karma Electric Car

Although Fisker Automotive has solid statistics regarding fuel economy Karma release, the company estimates the average driver's fuel tank is only a year, provided they are not driving no more than 50 miles (fill 80 km) per day. Fisker Automotive also that when in "Sport-hybrid" mode, the Karma is of 100 miles per U.S. gallon (2.4 l/100 km) for fuel for a range of 300 miles (480 km) may be consumed proposed . Despite its green background of the Karma has a 125 mph (201 km / h) top speed and reach 60 mph (97 km / h) from a standing start in 5.8 seconds can.

The Fisker Karma is published the first vehicle from Fisker Automotive. The Karma features Q-Drive technology and innovation is powered by a gasoline engine / electric motor combination, Q-Drive is a series hybrid system means that the motor is covered with a generator, an electrical connection to the motors to provide and thus recharge the batteries and as such the only mechanical driving force of the electric motors are connected to the wheels. As the work of the Karma option with a solar panel roof not only in the charging of the lithium-ion batteries aid, but also in the cabin climate control system, the solar roof is capable of half a location aid be given a kilowatt-hour day and is estimated to have provided up to 4 to 5 miles (6.4-8.0 km) additional bandwidth continuously sunny days in the week. In addition, the car will be offering a series of solar panels for the garage / house, the karma is completely free of charge from the grid.

On 14 April 2008 brought an action against Tesla Motors, Fisker Automotive, alleging that Henrik Fisker Tesla Model S hybrid technology stolen and used to develop the karma. Tesla suit alleges that the planning work was done for the Model S sedan from Fisker Coachbuild substandard, and that Fisker Automotive diverted their best ideas to the Karma. On 4 November 2008 CNET News reports that Tesla Motors would stop his suit for a preliminary ruling in favor of Fisker et al. Tesla has been ordered to pay to pay $ 1144285 in costs. A press release on the website similar messages called Fisker Automotive.