2019 Fisker Karma is a premium plug-in range-extension for electric games produced by Fisker Automotive in 2012. Fisker cars are manufactured at Valmet Automotive in Finland. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rated Karma’s combined city/highway fuel economy at 52 mpg-US (4.5 L / 100 km; 62 mpg-imp) equivalent (MPG-e) in all-electric mode, and at 20 mpg-US (12 L / 100 km; 24 mpg – imp) in fuel-efficient mode. The official EPA electricity range is 32 mi (51 miles), due to the very small interior volume of the cabin, EPA rated the Fisker Karma as a cheap car.
The first delivery took place in the US at the end of July 2011, and the customer service sale began in November 2011. US prices start at US $ 102,000 base model (EcoStandard), US $ 110,000 between EcoSport and US $116,000 for top model (“Animal Free” EcoChic). Approximately 1,800 units were delivered in North America and Europe until December 2012. The U.S. was the leading market, which sold 1,600 units.
Production was launched in November 2012 when the only battery provider at Fisker Automotive, A123 Systems, filed for bankruptcy following two battery recall. Automotive was unable to continue producing Fisker Karma in the absence of its own customers, with about 2,450 Karmas built since 2011. After filing a lawsuit with its US employees in late March 2013, Fisker Automotive filed for bankruptcy in November 2013, after the US Department of Energy sold its debt and sold it to Hybrid Technology LLC for about $ 25 million.
Following the sale of some of the company’s assets, design, plug-hybrid rights to Powertrain and a manufacturing facility in Delaware to a Chinese company Wanxiang, the new owners began production in September 2016 under the brand name Karma Automotive. After numerous announcements by the Wanxiang Group for the revision of the upgraded version of the Fisker Karma, the car was renamed Karma Revero and Karma Automotive started taking orders in September 2016.
2019 Fisker Karma Engine
Karma is an extended electric car or hybrid series driven by a 120 kW (161 hp) electric motor that receives power from the 20.1 kWh lithium-ion battery-powered by A123 Systems and / or the engine generator. The battery pack drops in the center of the car, between the two rear seats and the left seats, blocking the rear bench and seats four rather than five passengers. When the battery is depleted, or when the driver operates a Sport Sports window on the steering wheel, the front of the 260-hp, 2.0-liter Ecotec four-cylinder Direct-injection turbocharged petrol engine powers the sending generator electricity directly to drive motors. The engine is acquired by General Motors. The battery can also be charged from the grid, making the car a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) electric vehicle.
The two Karma dual brake power (204 PS) motor brakes (204 PS) produce 1,300-newton meters (960 lb-ft) of the torch, giving Karma the maximum quoted power of 403 HP. Karma adds speeds up to 125 mph (201 km / h) high and can reach 60 mph (97 km / h) from a station in 6.3 seconds.
2019 Fisker Karma Sunset
Fisker previewed the Karma S “Sun”, based on the regular Karma, at the 2012 Royal American International Auto Show, Fisker said the Sun is only a small one with a weight increase, compared to the Karma. It was expected to be produced after Surf, which was expected to be available later in 2013. The Fisker S Sunset was supposed to be the world’s first integrated plug-in hybrid converter, with hardtop folding, and the first converter/roadster. Cough.
2019 Fisker Karma Surf
Fisker Surf was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show – described by Automobile as a shoot-out or a shoot-out. The four-door hybrid plug-in sale, with the same width as the Karma, was slated to begin in 2013. The production version was scheduled to be unveiled at the 2012 Paris Auto Show. The power of the entire 2019 Fisker Karma Surf, chassis, and interior is similar to the Karma sedan, the only major cabin change as the rear room for two adults, and the room extending from the back from 7.1 cu ft (0.20 m3) to anywhere from 12.7 cu ft (0.36 m3) to 29.0 cu ft (0.82 m3). The total weight for the Surfs against Karma was increased by just 35 pounds.
2019 Fisker Karma Revero
2019 Fisker Karma Revero is an updated and updated version of Fisker Karma, from Kanxiang’s Karma Automotive, a rebuilt Fisker Automotive.