Fisker Atlantic

Leaked Fisker Atlantic docs reveal pricing, specs and production details

Newly discovered Fisker documents, dated from several weeks ago, showcase previously unknown facts about the upcoming EV.

Prior to yesterday, there was not a great deal of information available regarding the upcoming Fisker Atlantic. Originally called “Project Nina,” the Atlantic is a plug-in hybrid concept first shown publicly at the New York International Auto Show last month. Despite the once scant details, Inside EVs has just uncovered leaked documents, which disclose the Atlantic’s specifications, price and production delay details. Previously, Fisker had not revealed any production details concerning the Atlantic due to the uncertainty surrounding its Delaware factory.

Prior to the leaked documents we were only aware of a few details surrounding the Atlantic. In April, Fisker released a press release revealing some general details of the Atlantic.

“Like the Karma sedan, the Fisker Atlantic is a plug-in series hybrid vehicle that allows drivers to switch manually or automatically between electric and gasoline driving modes and sustain the charge of its lithium ion batteries on the move….Its four-cylinder gasoline engine, which acts as a generator and is not mechanically connected to the wheels, is tuned to offer maximum economy and high torque. This Atlantic EVer powertrain will offer highly competitive performance for a car in its class.”

So what did we learn based on the documents unearthed by Inside EVs?

Engine: The Atlantic features a 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, which is supplied by BMW. The unnamed engine reportedly turns out 300-horsepower. Speed wise, the Atlantic goes from 0-60 in 6.5 seconds.


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