Fisker Automotive has confirmed that it will shown for the first time in full production of the Karma plug-in hybrid at the Detroit Auto Show as scheduled.
The Fisker Karma‘s turbocharged 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine produces 260 horsepower, and coupled with the large 22.6 kWh Li-Ion battery is good for a reported 5.8-following 0-60 run, a 125-mph top tempo and a shared 408 horsepower. The Karma has a 50-mile bursting-thrilling limit, and the ability to typical 100mpg.
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The aluminum and composite body are over an aluminum cosmos enclose, and sports only lesser model tweaks from the salient, curvaceous model vehicle exposed last year. A superior latticed, side-declare exhaust for the combustion engine, and a flush-mounted B-stake compose the hulk of the changes that have been added to the Karma, enhancing its shelter and the cooling for its gasoline engine. The four-passenger production interior will be bare at the show for the first time.
Deliveries of the Karma are scheduled to shrink in November 2009. Pricing has been set at $87,900 and Fisker Automotive gossip that the production run is sold out through mid-2010.