So what do you do after you have designed the Z8, Aston Martin DB9 and the Aston Martin V8 Vantage? Well if you are Henry Fisker, you create one of the most impressive eco-friendly supercars to date: the Fisker Karma.
From the Fisker Karma website:
The Karma uses Q-DRIVE plug-in hybrid technology, developed exclusively for Fisker Automotive by Quantum Technologies. A fully-charged Karma burns no fuel for the first 50 miles. Venture further and the gasoline engine turns a generator to charge the lithium ion battery. Once the 50-mile electric range has been exceeded, the car operates as a normal hybrid vehicle. This balance of electric and gas range makes it entirely possible that Karma drivers who charge their car overnight and commute less than 50 miles a day will achieve an average fuel economy of 100 mpg (2.4L/100km) per year.
In the event that you are interested in acquiring one for yourself, it will cost you just a little above $87,000. You can get more details about pre-ordering yours on their website.
Before you try to sell a few vital organs to the Fisker Karma cause, let’s spend some time checking out a few more photos here.