After tomorrow will be showing new coupe Fisker. This displays lines similar but smaller size than the first model of the Fisker Karma, a sedan of nearly five meters long which is already available in some markets.
The most notable difference is that the Atlantic should be sold for roughly half the price of the Karma. The Atlantic is the result of the Project Nina, who came to be threatened by the U.S. government's refusal to fund the development of the new model because of delays in delivery of the Fisker Karma and problems in A123 System batteries.
This four-door coupe is equipped with a hybrid system with extended-range, known as the Karma but also the Opel Ampera and Chevrolet Volt. Mix a block gasoline (not connected mechanically to the wheels) and 2.0-liter four-cylinder BMW source and an electric motor, which acts as a generator to keep the lithium-ion batteries charged. Inside there is space for four occupants, thanks to a long wheelbase. The car will be rear-wheel drive with four-wheel drive available as an option. The Atlantic, whose conceptshould not now be far off the production version will be built at the former GM plant in Wilmington, Delaware (USA).