Fisker Nina to match BMW 5 Series in size; priced to compete with 3 Series
Auto Express reports that the Fisker Nina sedan, when it debuts in 2013, will closely copy the exterior dimensions of the 2011 BMW 5 Series (length: 192.9 inches; width: 73.2 inches; height: 57.6 inches), while retailing for approximately the same price as a top-level BMW 3 Series.
Figure £40,000 ($62,468 U.S. at today's exchange rate) over in the UK, or somewhere around $45,000 for the Nina here in the States. That's a bit more expensive than the "I can't believe it's only going to be $40,000" uttered by Vice President Joe Biden back in October of 2009, but still relatively reasonable given the Nina's advanced technologies, including its BMW-sourced engine and dual powertrain setup.
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