Fisker Karma wins Top Gear’s Luxury Car of the Year award, James May gives it ‘Car of the Year’
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When Top Gear talks cars, almost all of the automotive world listens – well, listen to this. The Top Gear Magazine has crowned the Fisker Karma as the ‘Luxury Car of the Year’ as well as ‘Car of the Year’ by Top Gear host, James May.

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“Cleverness abounds in the Fisker and adds to the air of intelligent luxury. It works well, it looks good and it must be a genuinely exciting thing to own,” said Charlie Turner, BBC Top Gear magazine editor. “It’s the top-of-the-line spec that features no leather, just textiles and reclaimed wood. And it’s more convincing than it sounds, managing to look, feel and smell premium without any cow peel in it at all”

Previous winners of the award (and cars that the Fisker Karma beat out this time around) include Mercedes-Benz CLS, Jaguar XJ and Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe.

“It is fantastic news that the Karma has won two awards from Top Gear, said CEO and co-founder Henrik Fisker. “We realize that we are at the beginning of our journey and awards like this remind us we are on the right road – building enticing green cars that people actually want to own. It’s particularly pleasing that this award recognizes the Karma as the world’s first luxury hybrid electric car.”

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Refresher: Power comes from Fisker’s Q-DRIVE system, which is made up of two 201-hp electric-motors that are powered by a lithium-ion battery pack. That allows the 2010 Karma to travel up to 50 miles without the use of any gasoline. A generator attached to a 260-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec direct injection gasoline engine by General Motors provides an extended range of up to 300 miles. 0 to 60 mph comes in 5.8 seconds with a top speed of 125 mph.

- By: Omar Rana


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