The Fisker Karma has recently received its very first body kit, made by the car manufacturer in collaboration with the American tuning company CEC.
After being involved in some dramatic situations which involved fire for no obvious reason, the Fisker Karma is ending up in our news once more and this time, the car manufacturer is trying to put the model into the spotlights, but announcing the very first body kit, which has been made in collaboration with American tuning company CEC. The body kit should have been sold through the automaker’s dealers but plans have been postponed until further notice so we don’t know how much this upgrade will cost just yet.
As a quick reminder, the Fisker Karma is getting with a 20 kW lithium-ion battery which is powering the two electric motors in order to develop a total output of 402 horsepower and 1.300 Nm of torque (959 lb-ft). The sedan can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds before reaching a top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph). A 2.0 liter turbocharged petrol engine will act as a generator when the battery is depleted and the model can travel up to 83 km (52 miles) on electricity alone, having an overall range of 483 km (300 miles) and averaging 2.5L/100km (112 mpg UK) while emitting 51 grams of CO2 every kilometer.