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6月 22, 2021 1:43 am #55643
In April 2012, Fisker unveiled its model Atlantic at the 2012 New York International Auto Show. The expected all-electric range is 30 mi (48 km). The Atlantic is just a rear-wheel drive, with the option of four-wheel drive. The Fisker Atlantic, originally called “Project Nina”, shares the range-extender system from the bigger Karma, but works on the four-cylinder BMW-sourced gasoline engine, which acts as a generator to help keep the batteries charged.
The ride is pretty firm, given the large wheels, but it’s comfortable and easy to drive, with light steering and decent visibility despite Fisker Karma low-slung nature. Performance is surprisingly good, given its electric powertrain and hefty 2,404kg weight, having its sheer width and firm suspension giving flat, accurate cornering. However, it’s not quite the driver’s car that the Aston Rapide is. The noise generator fades out at 25mph, and, with a flick of the left paddle on the controls, Sport mode is activated, turning the dials orange and kicking the 2.0-litre range-extender petrol engine into life.
The engine is sourced from General Motors. The power supply runs down the center of the vehicle, between the pairs of left-hand and right-hand seats, preventing a rear bench and seating four as opposed to five passengers. The battery can be charged from the grid, making the vehicle a type of plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). The Fisker Karma is just a range-extended electric vehicle or series hybrid driven by a pair of 120 kW (161 hp) electric motors that receive power from the 20.1 kWh lithium ion battery supplied by A123 Systems and/or an engine powered generator. After the battery is depleted, or when the driver activates the “Sport” paddle on the controls, the front-mounted 260-hp, 2.0-liter Ecotec four-cylinder direct-injection turbocharged gasoline engine powers a generator that sends electricity straight to the drive motors.
In accordance with Henrik Fisker, the Surf will be area of the company’s lineup and will be available for North American and international delivery in 2013. Just like the Karma, the Surf operates in Sport or energy-saving Stealth modes. In early 2012, the business announced they were dropping their plans to make the Surf and the Sunset. Price was expected to be in the exact same range as Karma. In Sport, the automobile can reach 60 mph (97 km/h) from 0 in 5.9 seconds and the utmost speed is 125 mph (201 km/h). The Fisker Surf plug-in hybrid concept car was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Surf would have an all-electric range of 50 mi (80 km) and an additional 250 mi (400 km) once the gasoline engine is engaged, acting as a generator to charge the battery pack. Instead, they decided to proceed with the production of the Fisker Atlantic.
The aforementioned material that covers a lot of the interior is of top quality and very pleasant to the touch. The interior of the Fisker Karma is an extension of the exterior’s haute couture-like design theme. Having more freedom for material used in the inner results in quite the intricate look, and whilst it could never hold a candle to established rivals’construction standard, its shapes and the way they meld into one another is pretty special. You move its fibers as you wind your hand through it; this exudes quality and increases the ambiance, or if you don’t like it you are able to seek out cars that use leather instead. All of the wood employed for interior trim is obviously reclaimed, in-keeping with the eco philosophy underpinning the whole car.
The aluminum frame was engineered by Fisker and was supplied by Norsk Hydro from Norway. The EVer powertrain system, technically a series hybrid, delivered over 400 horsepower and was inspired by Quantum Technologies, a cofounder of an earlier investor in Fisker. A model of the Karma was relaunched because the Karma Revero in 2016 by Karma Automotive. The cabin interior was made by Fisker Automotive but was made in the United States by Magna International of Canada. The 20.1 kWh (72.36 MJ) lithium-ion rechargeable battery in each car originated from A123 Systems in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Fisker Karma graphics were beautiful to match the car’s design, but the footy response confirmed the impression left over from the whole Karma collection. 2022 Fisker Karma came with a big touch screen with a nice look for fun. 2022 Karma model has Bluetooth as well as controls built into the steering wheel, but this and other similar features have been criticized for not working consistently. It is still reserved for hazard alarm lights, door locking function, power windows and gearbox. This would be less of a problem if Karma had real physical buttons for climate control.
After missing its initial late 2009 launch, and after the launch was rescheduled many times, the initial deliveries took place in the U.S. in late July 2011 and deliveries to retail customers began in November 2011. The Karma was a plug-in hybrid luxury sports sedan made by Fisker Automotive and manufactured at Valmet Automotive in Finland.