This 2012 Fisker Karma Signature Edition is the forty first of 100 made for the first 100 people to make deposits on the Karma, and is finished in Silver Mirage over a Mojave Tri-Tone leather interior with reclaimed wood trim. The dash has been signed by Henrik Fisker. The seller acquired the car in May 2018, and has added 3k of the 25k miles during his ownership. Power is provided by a series hybrid powertrain with dual 201-horsepower electric motors and a GM Ecotec inline-four powering an AC generator and onboard battery packs. This Karma is offered with a clean Carfax report and a clean New York title in the seller’s name.
The company claims that over 22,000 people from around the globe have “shown interest” in the Fisker Ocean with the majority of reservations coming from North America. While we still aren’t certain how or where Fisker plans to mass produce electric cars, the company has stated more information regarding the matter will be released in Q3 of this year.
Well, a bit like the reborn EV Hummer that was recently confirmed by GM, it fancies a slice of the extreme off-road e-SUV market, too. This sketch is all we have to go on so far, but the intent is clear – wider knobbly tyres, wider arches to cram them into, more underbody protection, roof rack with obligatory spare tyre on top – and, to be fair, it looks properly mean.
This from Mr Fisker himself: “The low centre of gravity and wide track brings added stability and makes the Fisker Ocean a perfect clean sustainable utility vehicle, that can be used by international organisations, which needs to deploy rescue vehicles in rural areas, it can also be used as a zero emission military version to transport military personnel, as oil is one of the largest expenses for the military.” » […]
Fisker says the 2022 Fisker Ocean will start at US$37,499.
Henrik Fisker, chairman and CEO – Fisker Inc.
“We are aiming to disrupt the automotive industry by challenging all conventions, development time, manufacturing scale-up, customer ownership experience, vehicle financing and service. This is no small feat, but we truly believe we are entering a new era where customers are driving the demand for radical change. People want mobility as a service, delivered through exciting, affordable vehicles with a hassle-free experience. We have delivered the Fisker Ocean in record time: not just another show vehicle, but a drivable production-intent prototype sitting on a fully engineered and durability tested platform, with a production-ready powertrain and battery pack. The future is about delivering product value, sustainability and a unique customer experience.”