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Fisker Karma Owner's Handbook
Fisker Karma Owner's Handbook
Fisker Karma Owner's Handbook.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 4.0 MB
Fisker Karma PHEV brochure
Fisker Karma PHEV brochure
Fisker Karma PHEV brochure.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.6 MB

Fisker Karma
Fisker Karma


Plug-in Hybrid

Engine Petrol + Electric

Electric motor power 403 hp

Battery 20.1 kWh

Cruising range (NEDC / EPA / WLTP) 80 km

Onboard charger 3.6 kW

Acceleration 0-100 km / h 6.3 s

The maximum speed is 201 km / h

Review of Fisker Karma PHEV

FISKER KARMA Plug-in Hybrid Owner's Manual & Brochure PDF above the page.


Fisker Karma is a luxury sports sedan with a hybrid electric-gasoline drive from the American manufacturer Valmet Automotive, whose assembly plants are located in Finland.


The supercar was released to the world market in limited quantities in 2011-2012. Received many awards and titles. Presented in 3 versions - EcoStandard, EcoSport and EcoChic.


The difference between the model versions is in the trim and the presence of elements of a multimedia and entertainment system.


The dimensions of the hybrid rear-wheel drive supercar are 4999 mm in length, 1984 mm in width and 1331 mm in height with a weight of 2404 kg.


Under the hood of a sports sedan is a 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder Ecotec engine with a capacity of 260 hp. and 2 electric motors, each with a power of 150 kW (204 hp), which are powered by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 20.1 kW / h.


The combination of ICE and electric power plants allows you to drive a sports car up to 370 km without refueling, where 83 km the car runs on clean electric traction in the Stealth mode around the city / highway.


In Sport mode, when the maximum speed reaches 200 km / h, the engine is connected automatically. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km in a car takes 6.3 seconds.


Fisker Karma consumes 2.4 liters of gasoline per 100 km, the internal combustion engine is connected at the request of the driver.


With a low energy supply, the sports car can be charged from a 220 V home network using a 3.3 kW device.