2012 Fisker Atlantic


Earlier this week, we had already seen the first shots of the Fisker Atlantic, sort of Karma but smaller. On the occasion of the New York Auto Show, the American manufacturer formalizes his vehicle is a prototype design but should remain as it passes into production.

Compared to the first model Fisker, the Atlantic is a sedan, but the midsize sporty look for young families. We find no surprise in the design of the car genes of Karma, with bold lines, and aggressive sports. Compared to the Karma, the Atlantic receives a new grille and new headlight design.

Not to alter the sporting side of the car, Fisker chose to hide the rear door handles in the C-pillars of the car.

In terms of dimensions, the Atlantic is substantially similar to the Audi A5 and will therefore compete with the German sedan when it was commercialized.

Under the hood, the Fisker Atlantic uses the second generation of the latest technology Ever. We thus find an electric motor coupled to a block four-cylinder petrol 2.0 liter turbo developed by BMW. This plug-in hybrid solution allows the driver to choose between manual or automatic modes all electric or heat to maintain the battery charge.

Series, the Fisker Atlantic will be a drive, but four-wheel drive version can be ordered as an option.

For now there is no figure of performance or price, or launch date, Fisker simply to announce more details at the production launch of the car.


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