At the official release, Fisker announced that the Karma would be priced at € 78,780 in Europe. Autobild now released that the hybrid plugin with cost € 101,800 in Germany. While taxes likely play a role, this is a difference of € 23,020. Autobild says there will be two additional variants that cost € 111,300 and € 117,300.

Just a recap. The Fisker Karma drives its rear wheels using two rear-mounted 201.5 horsepower electric traction motors that draw energy from the lithium-ion battery pack for up to 80km. The gasoline engine drives a 175kW electric generator to power the motors. There is no mechanical link between this engine and the drive motors.

The luxury sports car can run in one of two drive modes: Stealth and Sport. Stealth Mode maximizes efficiency, giving the car its greatest range on battery power before activating the gasoline engine-driven generator to sustain battery charge. In Stealth Mode, the Karma can accelerate from zero to 100km/h in 7.9 seconds and achieve a top speed of 153km/h.

With Sport Mode engaged, the gasoline engine drives the generator to provide enough electricity for 403 total system horsepower, allowing the Karma to accelerate from zero to 100km/h in just 5.9 seconds and achieve a top speed of 201km/h.

[Via WorldCarFans]


  1. One thing I find very often when American companies communicate prices… they are net prices. In the case of Germany there is a 19% VAT, which is oddly forgotten when they communicate future prices of products. So the price “increase” doesn’t come at a big surprise. (FYI, all cars registered on companies, which is every 2nd car, can reclaim their VAT)


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