Fisker Automotive has recently pulled the wraps off the all-new Atlantic, best-known as the Project Nina, during the 2012 New York Auto Show.
The all-new Fisker Atlantic is actually previewing a future production version which will enter the company’s lineup, along with the Karma, as an entry-level sedan, targeted at young families. According to the car manufacturer, the Fisker Atlantic, also known as the Project Nina, is a plug-in hybrid vehicle which is coming equipped with the second generation of Electric Vehicle with extended range or EVer.
“We are exceptionally proud of the Atlantic design prototype, and believe we have created another groundbreaking car that looks and will drive like nothing else on the road in this class”, said the Fisler co-founder, Executive Chairman and Design Director, Henrik Fisker. “Fisker Automotive is transitioning from a start-up automaker to a fully-fledged mainstream car manufacturer and the Atlantic is a crucial milestone in that process”, added the company’s CEO, Tom LaSorda.
Even if the Fisker Atlantic has been officially presented to the public at the over-seas automotive event, we still don’t have too many details on the model, but the company says that the power output is developed by a four-cylinder engine which is “moving” the standard rear-wheel drive system or the optional all-wheel drive. The launch date for the Fisker Atlantic will be announced at a later time.