Fisker the company behind the famously ‘Failed’ Karma extended range electric car is back with a new model rather concept at the New York Auto Show. The company has finally given a name to its previously known project Nina as the Atlantic Luxury Sedan that is more like a sibling to the expensive Karma but only a lot cheaper.
The company’s co-founder and designer Henry Fisker said that the concept is 90% into its development, and looking at its previous record with the Karma, the actual car would look almost alike the concept but Fisker said the interior would be changed considerably.
From the looks of its front design to its 22-inch wheels it is quite obvious that Atlantic would be a twin to the Karma but the company is insistent that price for this new model would be a lot affordable than the $102,000 luxury price tag. The company aims to bring this model into mass production and increase sales by keeping it real with an Audi A6 sized lighter model.
The company hasn’t revealed any details about drive-train but says that it is very much similar to the one in Karma. We know that it is yet again a hybrid with limited electric range before a gas powered engine fires up to recharge the batteries and keep the car going. The rear-wheel drive car also provides the option of all wheel drive. The power generator in this second generation drive-train would make use of a four cylinder gas engine from BMW.