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2012 Fisker Nina Preview


We’ve heard, but not seen, a lot about Fisker’s newest model, the Nina. At some point, it only seemed right for Fisker to finally give us a good look at what they’re working on, right? Well, they finally did, except that there’s not a whole lot to work with as far as what they have shown.

The image is a teaser sketch of the Fisker Nina, a plug-in hybrid coupe that appears to share the same design language of the Karma with the former looking to be proportioned a little bigger than the latter.

Not much was mentioned about the Nina, except that it’s set to make its debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on any new developments surrounding the Fisker Nina. If for nothing else, we’ll at least have a good idea on what Fisker is planning for their post-Karma offering.




11 comments:

It’s actually a lot looking better than its competition.

Did they cut off too much from the rear? The outline is great and tempting. When will the Nina Model car be displayed? 

I like its figure. It deals more on the aerodynamics of the car. Probably, this will have less friction against the wind flow. 

This is all so plain. Are there any colors? Aside from the exterior paint of pearl white, is excellent.

I never liked cars with built like this. I appreciate its specifications, but not its figure.

I won’t have any second thoughts on its next presentation, but I think if it’s to be seen as it was previously, it’s not worth the excitement anymore.

This looks disproportional to me. Maybe I just don’t like its built, but the paint job is cool.

Why is its silhouette pretty much similar to Alfa Romeo’s concept? At least, now I can tell that I won’t like this since it has a long-snouted hood and a short-tailed rear.

I hope that the figure of this car will not be the same as the funny looking which Alfa Romeo released.

Because the Fisker Karma was a success at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, I think this one will also be a hit in the upcoming New York Auto Show.

Ah, I don’t like its figure. I often dislike long-snouted fascias paired with short-tailed rears.

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