Fisker Atlantic Delayed Until Mid-2014 and Will Start at Around $60,000

Fisker gave us a preview of its next model, the Atlantic plug-in hybrid sedan at the 2012 New York Auto Show. At the time it was unveiled, Fisker stated that a production model was a ways off and that the acutal specs and pricing would be released closer to the launch of the production car. Now leaked investor documents have given us more information about the Atlantic.

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Fisker gave us a preview of its next model, the Atlantic plug-in hybrid sedan at the 2012 New York Auto Show. At the time it was unveiled, Fisker stated that a production model was a ways off and that the acutal specs and pricing would be released closer to the launch of the production car. Now leaked investor documents have given us more information about the Atlantic.


InsideEVs.com has reportedly received some Fisker documents that were only dated a few weeks ago. The documents outline more of Fisker’s plans for the Atlantic, including performance specs, cost and release dates.

Fisker signed a deal with BMW late last year for access to a BMW 4-cylinder turbocharged engine that will be used in the Atlantic. Fisker didn’t unveil the specs of the engine, but the leaked documents reveal that Fisker has set a target of 300 horsepower and a 0-60 time of 6.5 seconds. The Atlantic is also expected to start around $50,000-$60,000 when it is released in mid-2014 as a 2015 model.

InsideEVs.com