Fisker Automotive announced today that it will bring the first factory-built Karma at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. At the same show in the French capital, Fisker will also announce details about the expansion of its prestigious global importer network but also as the addition of unique images to its game-changing international marketing campaign.
For those who don’t know, the Fisker Karma sedan was designed by company co-founder, CEO and executive design director Henrik Fisker.
Mr. Fisker is also responsible for some remarkable vehicles such as the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Aston Martin DB9 and BMW Z8.
Regarding the Karma sedan the vehicle carries 300 kW (403 hp/408 PS) and can sprint to 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds while the top speed achieved is 200 km/h.
According to the manufacturer, the car can achieve an annual average economy of 2.4l/100 km (100 mpg) and emissions of just 83 g/km.
Henrik Fisker, Fisker Autmotive's co-founder, chief executive and executive design director, remarked that it is only appropriate to unveil the first factory-built Fisker Karma luxury plug-in hybrid at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, since the city is known for inspiring actions.
He noted that the Fisker, as a brand, and the Karma luxury plug-in hybrid are made to appeal to people who have the passion for nerve-wracking performance, superior comfort and luxury and for the environment. Fisker Automotive has great plans ahead, including a goal to build over 100,000 cars annually.
To support this goal, Fisker Automotive is bent on establishing a global importer and retail network that will not only market but also service its vehicles.
Fisker Automotive plans to unveil more details about its partner groups in Europe and Asia that will establish the brand on both continents. These partner groups acknowledge the market potential for premium yet environmentally friendly vehicles.