|Fisker Karma Concept|
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The Fisker Karma is a plug-in hybrid luxury sports car revealed on 14 January, 2008 and manufactured by Fisker Automotive, a joint venture of Quantum Technologies and Fisker Coachbuild, LLC, announced September 5, 2007. The Karma was introduced at the 2008 North American International Auto Show.
The PHEV-50 (50 mile all-electric range) is anticipated in late 2009 to sell for US$ 80,000.
See Autopedia's comprehensive Fisker Karma Concept Review.
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Karma Concept · Karma S Sunset Concept
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- Fisker Karma
- Detroit 2008: Fisker Karma draws a crowd, impresses
- Fisker Brings 'Eco-Chic' to Premium Car Segment
- Fisker releases official teaser for new plug-in hybrid
- Fisker Hybrid Sports Car To Get 100mpg
- Fisker Karma Revealed in Detroit
- Fisker Karma
- Detroit Show: 2009 Fisker Karma – Details & Pics on the $80,000 Luxury Hybrid Sports Sedan
- Fisker previews production Karma plug-in hybrid ahead of Detroit
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