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Fisker Launching Crossover, Convertible, and Miniature Versions of Its Karma Sedan
Posted By Laura K. Cowan On August 14, 2011 @ 12:13 am In automotive,Green Transportation,News | No Comments
You have to hand it to start-up car makers like Fisker . In order to compete with established automakers, they have to crank out whole product lines in just a few years, and building even one hybrid  or electric vehicle  from the ground up in just two or three years is a challenge even for the biggest players in the game. So imagine the midnight oil being burned over at Fisker to bring not just the Karma  to market, but an entire new vehicle lineup, including a crossover, a convertible based on the 2009 Sunset concept, and a miniature tribute to the original Karma sedan–which itself is still awaiting EPA certification.
According to What Car? in the UK, Fisker’s  next release will be a crossover, which the company will unveil in concept form next month at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Then, a hardtop convertible will come to market in 2013, based on the 2009 Sunset convertible concept pictured above. And to complete the lineup, a baby Karma called Project Nina is also planned for a 2013 release, which will bring the price of a Fisker down to something more people can afford.
Via CarAdvice 
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URLs in this post:
 Fisker: http://inhabitat.com/fiskers-multispeed-gearbox-could-give-evs-supercar-performance/
 hybrid: http://inhabitat.com/index.php?s=hybrid+vehicle
 electric vehicle: http://inhabitat.com/index.php?s=electric+vehicle
 Karma: http://www.fiskerautomotive.com
 CarAdvice: http://www.caradvice.com.au/131485/fisker-karma-new-variants-on-the-way/
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