The unveiling of the new Fisker Karma in Detroit, at the 2008 North American International Auto Show.
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The Fisker camp has broken its silence about the Tesla suit. Last week, Tesla sued Henrik Fisker for stealing trade secrets and design concepts to design his own eco chic automobile--the Karma. Here is what Alan Niedzwiecki, President and CEO of Quantum Technologies says, about Tesla's lawsuit. The Karma, a product of Quantum Technologies and Henrik Fisker is ready to kiss the roads in 4th quarter of 2009.
The 2010 Fisker Karma, a plug-in electric hybrid, is the first of four new models built by Quantum.
The car runs on 75 cents per gallon to operate in electric mode, can be charged at home, and will switch to gas mode for longer trips.
Quantum Technologies CEO Alan Niedzwiecki spoke with AlwaysOn's Phyza Jameel last month at the Nordic Green conference.
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WheelsTV First Auto News coverage of the 2009 Detroit Auto Show.
In this episode, we look at Fisker's new concept car, the Karma S
In this exclusive interview, Henrik Fisker, CEO of Fisker Automotive, talks about his previous work at BMW and Aston Martin, why he started his company in the US, and how his company will compete with the bigger car companies. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Television interview with Henrik Fisker on the sports high-performance Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid vehicle being developed at Fisker Automotive (www.fiskerautomotive****).
Video shows rare footage of Quantum Technologies' (www.qtww****) installations where the Q-drive electric hybrid powertrain is being developed for the Karma.
Test runs are at El Toro' old airbase in Orange County, and a showcar was recently demonstrated at the tracks of Laguna Seca.
Production is planned at Valmet Automotive's installations at Finland.
Despite a projected annual production run of approximately 15,000 units, the Karma comes much closer to the true definition of exclusive thanks the plug-in's first-to-market status, relatively affordable $80,000 base price, lithium ion battery technology, full-electric range of 50 miles, and a gas/electric fuel economy rating of 100 mpg.