Henrik Fisker’s Karma may not have gone as planned, but that hasn’t put the designer out of the game. The new
Close ups of the car were teased earlier on (we've included them below), but now we get a peek at the whole car. The EV seems to have undergone some transformations since the first pictures circulated, but for the most part, it’s the same vehicle, and it’s beautiful. It’s full of curves and futuristic lines.
The performance numbers will put a smile on your face. The company claims the car can reach 161 mph. It also says that it takes a special UltraCharger just nine minutes to add enough batter power to travel 100 miles. That means if you had no charge at all, you’re looking at a full charge (400 miles) in a little over half an hour.
Henrik Fisker calls the structure of the car and its special graphene battery technology a “major breakthrough.” The car will use a lightweight carbon and aluminum structure. It will come equipped with LIDAR and a number of cameras that will provide 360-degree views to the driver. This is also the technology that will eventually lead to