Live from Detroit!: New Karma convertible not called the Chameleon
Resisting the obviously strong urge to call it's convertible version of its Karma electric sedan the Chameleon, the world’s first plug-in hybrid convertible will be known as the Fisker Karma S Sunset.
The S Sunset is based on the 2011 Karma production sedan, said former BMW and Aston Martin designer turned automaker, CEO Henrik Fisker.
With Fisker’s Q-DRIVE, designed and engineered by Quantum Technologies, you can allegedly drive the Karma 80 kms on a single charge to its lithium-ion battery pack, and packs up to 403 hp from two electric motors.
As such, the sedan is capable of 0-96 km/h in 5.8 seconds and has a top speed of 200 km/h.
Not planned for Canadian sales, in the U.S., the Karma four-door will go for $87,900 greenbacks.
Safe to say, Fisker will want more than that for the sexier S Sunset.