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Fisker Karma drivers averaging 150 MPG*

One of the big criticisms of the Fisker Karma is that the heavy beast isn't exactly efficient. A curb weight of 5,300 pounds is one reason why the EPA says, when running on premium gas, the Karma gets just 20 miles per gallon combined (and 20 city/21 hwy). When you throw electricity into the mix, the Karma is rated at 54 MPGe combined.

AFS Trinity returns with "historic" patent, wants its powertrain to qualify for $7,500 tax rebate

It's been a while since we've heard anything from AFS Trinity, the company that tried to make an impact a few years ago with a claim of "150 miles per gallon" equivalent plug-in hybrids (PHEV). After taking a bit of heat for that number, the company quieted down – Sebastian Blanco

AFS Trinity looking at Delaware to build "150 mpge" vehicles there

AFS Trinity SUV – Click above for high-res image gallery