The 2012 Fisker Karma sedan will get TomTom navigation on board, the California-based automaker said on Tuesday.
The agreement between the two companies encompasses the core map; Points of Interest; and Voice Maps, which are used to support text-to-speech and voice recognition for address input of the navigation system.
All of this location content is available via a Command Center — the industry’s first 10.2″ touch screen interface which controls navigation, as well as climate, infotainment, phone and additional secondary systems.
The Fisker Karma Command Center not only gives you audio and visual feedback, it also incorporates haptic feedback (tactile), and thus allows a less distracting interface with the driver.
The peak output of the car is 402 horsepower and the car can clock 62 mph from rest in mere 6.3 seconds. Also, the pure electric range of the car is very impressive with a 32 miles EPA rated emission free range.
The base model — the Eco Chic starts at $95,000. The top of the range Eco Chic model is $116,000.