2012 Fisker Karma

March 2, 2012 by staff 

2012 Fisker Karma, Justin Bieber birthday gift had amused him too. It was 2012 Fisker Karma worth $100000 that the pop sensation received on the Ellen Degeneres Show

It is raining gifts for Justin Bieber who turns 18 today. The famed rapper who finally graduates to a grown up pop sensation from child artist as he used to be called for years has received gifts of all kinds. But the gift that stands out is a $100,000 electric sports car 2012 Fisker Karma that took the world famed pop star by surprise.

Though he owns a fleet of great cars, nonetheless this green sports car stands out with its exceedingly attractive features for a young man who loves whizzing past in great cars. So far two other artists have been handed over the similar cars as birthday gift.

The car is not affected by the fact that it is powered by electric motors fed by a 600-pound lithium ion battery pack. The Karma is an extended-range electric that takes you about 50 miles on batteries alone and then uses a small 2-liter, four-cylinder turbo gas engine to produce more electricity to keep going another 250 miles before needing a 4-6 hour pause to recharge batteries using a 220/240 volt circuit or 8 to 12 hours with a 110-volt circuit – plus a fresh tank of gas. Karma has a stunning long hood, short rounded deck luxury sports sedan design similar to a Porsche Panamera.

The car has been making headlines for its great features. It can be driven in 2 modes – Stealth, or battery-only for 50 miles with about 230 horsepower at your disposal, or Sport, which gives you 402 horsepower and employs the gas engine to power a generator to recharge the batteries to extend driving range a bit, but mostly to divert more energy to two electric motors for more power to pass, climb or stand on the pedal and play boy racer.

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