Apr 4 2012, 3:11pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
There has been a lot of hubbub around the Fisker Atlantic, which was also known as the Fisker Nina project. The Atlantic is a smaller, cheaper car from Fisker that will be below the Karma in the company range. We still lack some details on the new Atlantic, such as pricing, but we know pretty much everything else at this point after its official unveil today.
The vehicle is a hybrid using a BMW sourced four-cylinder engine and electric drive train with battery packs. That BMW engine doesn't drive the wheels, rather it runs the generator that produces electricity to charge the batteries allowing the car to drive for longer distances very much like the Chevrolet Volt. As close as we have to price right now is a comment about the car costing about the same price as an Audi A5 or a high-end BMW 3 series. That would mean around $40,000 and at that price, I think this car can be a huge success for Fisker.
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