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Fisker Automotive announced today that its Karma plug-in hybrid sedan will make its public driving debut at the Rolex Monterey Historic Automobile Races on Saturday, August 15. The Karma Sunset hardtop convertible concept will also be on display along side the Karma sedan but will not show off any moves. (more…)

sunsetconceptoff1-smallJust after showing off the the production intent version of the Karma plug-in hybrid sport sedan, designer Henrik Fisker had his models pull the cover off a new concept: the Karma S. (more…)


Only 12 months since Henrik Fisker unveiled the luxury Karma concept bearing his name and he today returned to Detroit as a former PAG design star with a very similar looking model.


An image production model of the Fisker Karma was released a year after the concept was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.

Just one short year after Fisker debuted its plug-in hybrid Karma show car at the Detroit Auto Show, the house that Henrik built will be returning to the Motor City to debut the production version of its ambitious project. (more…)


These spy shots makes it seems pretty certain that Fisker will keep its promise to put its Karma hybrid saloon into production next year.

The sleek four-door was photographed undergoing durability tests in California. Fisker claims the first 99 cars have already been sold, and says that they should reach their owners by the end of next year.



Fisker Automotive spoke out against the Tesla Motors lawsuit with an announcement today, stating that the company will deliver the Fisker Karma in the fourth-quarter of 2009 as planned. The lawsuit, filed in San Mateo Superior Court in California last week, accuses Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler of fraud and breach of contract during their year-long collaboration in 2007 to design a Tesla Sedan called the WhiteStar. You can read more about the lawsuit by clicking here.



Fisker’s premium hybrid sports sedan at last has a name: Karma. It is particularly apt since the coach builder’s aim is to give customers a luxury sports sedan that they can feel proud for what it does (or doesn’t do) to the environment. The Karma is powered by a system called Q-DRIVE, developed by Quantum Technologies, that combines a four-cylinder engine sending power to a generator to propel the four-door sedan. Fisker claims that the Karma can run from zero to sixty in 5.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 125 mph.