The vehicle will probably be underpinned by the same platform, using the Karma's range-extended electric drivetrain. The car is scheduled to hit the market next year and will come to the world at the company's Valmet site, where the Karma is also being built.
Fisker has serious expansion plans, as its range will also include a covnertible model, which will sit alongside the new vehicle and the Karma and is expected to arrive in 2015.
Earlier today, we told yout that Fisker had reached an agreement to use BMW four-cylinder turbocharged engines. The 2.0-liter units will power the American camraker's future "Nina project".
We are talking about a family of medium-sized vehicles that are expected to be launched in 2013 and will alow the company to expand its target audience. Fisker promises that the vehicle will offer an interesting mix between a revolutionary design and a high level of efficiency.
The first model to be rolled out will be a saloon, which will be aimed at the premium side of the market and is expected to have a price of around $50,000.