Leaked documents show Fisker Atlantic will debut in 2014, gets 300-hp

When the Fisker Atlantic sedan made its debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show, the idea of an affordable plug-in hybrid sedan gave some boost to Fisker’s image that was being beaten by issues it was having with the launch of the expensive Karma.

Check out our original post on the Fisker Atlantic.

If your one of the few looking forward to seeing the Fisker Atlantic go on sale, you may have to wait just a little longer. Recent reports suggest that the model won’t go on sale until mid-2014. While Fisker never officially said when the Atlantic will go on sale, reports suggest that the model would hit our roads as early as next year.

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Any word on the specs? When Fisker officially unveiled the Atlantic prototype/concept around the 2012 New York Auto Show it said that the model features the company’s second-generation Fisker EVer (Electric Vehicle with extended range). The setup consists of an electric-motor and a 4-cylinder gasoline engine, reported to be a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder turbo from BMW.

New details based on leaked investor documents show that the Atlantic will make a total of 300-hp, allowing it to go form 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds. Emissions come in at 50 kilograms per kilometer.

The Fisker Atlantic will come standard with ear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive will be offered as an option.

The leaked document also shows some price range, which comes in at $50,000 – $60,000.

– By: Omar Rana

Source: InsideEVs (via AutoBlogGreen)