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Click above to enlarge the Fisker Karma

While we're waiting for Fisker Automotive to unveil the Karma S, the "Sunset," later today, we got a chance to check out last year's big hit, the Karma. The plug-in hybrid is on the wood floor in all of its metallic blue glory, and we snapped a few quick pics to tide you over. The good news is that we also got a preview shot of the Karma S. Here's what the it looks like (OK, OK, sorry it's such a tease). Two weeks ago, Fisker promised us that the car "will blow your top!" and we only have a few more hours until we can say for sure.



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      • 2 Months Ago
      Are those PV`s on the roof?
        • 2 Months Ago
        Yes. Like some other cars, those solar cells are there to help power accessories, including a circulation fan that helps to cool the car on hot sunny days. It does not increase driving range very much.
      • 2 Months Ago
      Why do they hold onto the Alfred E. Neuman grill? The car is beautiful but the grill is the one design drawback. Get rid of Alfred!
      • 2 Months Ago
      Did they ever sold 1 car or more to consumers ?
        • 2 Months Ago
        Fiskar Coachworks have been designing cars and building car body parts for other car companies for years now, but this is their first attempt to build and sell a complete car. It is still under development, they want to make sure everything is working properly and get the assembly line set up before delivering to their first customers.