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Fisker Automotive to Debut First Factory-Built Karma PHEV at Paris Motor Show

Fisker Automotive will debut the first factory-built Karma plug-in hybrid (PHEV) at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Fisker Automotive introduced the Karma as a concept in January 2008.

The 300 kW (403 hp/408 PS) Karma reaches 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds and a top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph), yet can achieve an annual average economy of 2.4L/100 km (100 mpg) and emissions of 83 g/km, according to the company.

To support its ultimate goal of producing more than 100,000 cars per year, Fisker Automotive is building a global importer and retail network to market and service its vehicles. In Paris, Fisker Automotive will also share details about the European and Asian groups with which it has partnered to establish the brand on both continents.



A year later, where is the first delivery?


"can achieve an annual average economy of 2.4L/100 km (100 mpg)"

This article doesn't say how they get that figure. With PHEVs that's always a question.

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