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Fisker Karma
2.0 litres Turbocharged + two 150 kW electric motors
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Production icon Production details: Every vehicle model has a start date and an end date of its production. The car manufacturers have also created a certain amount of vehicles. Some common cars have a very high production count while others that are considered rare have a production count below 100.
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2011
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Dimensions icon Dimensions: Every vehicle model has strict widths, height and length for its base model. Those dimensions may depend on the vehicle model, body type, tuning parts and spoilers. The number of seats and doors may vary depending on the body type.
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Wheel-related icon Wheel-related data: In this section we will provide you information regarding the wheels and the tires. The wheelbase is the horizontal distance between the center of the front wheel and the center of the rear wheel. The axle track is the distance between the centreline of two wheels on the same axle.
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Engine icon Engine details: The engine is a machine used to convert energy into mechanical motion. The engine is the most important part of your car. Your car's performance depends on your engine characteristics. Engines have cylinders - from 1 to 16. The cylinders have several types of layout.
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Engine size:
1998 cc
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Power:
260 hp
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Brake icon Brakes: Brakes are mechanical devices, which slow down a vehicle. Most modern vehicles use a vacuum assisted brake system. This system greatly increases the force, applied to the brake.
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Transmission icon Transmission: The gearbox provides speed and torque conversions from the engine. Often, a transmission will have multiple gears, with the ability to switch between them as speed varies.
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manual
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automatic
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Performance icon Performance: Your car performance is measured by its top speed as well as the vehicle's ability to accelerate. Acceleration times differ even between identical models due to many factors such as: driver, air temperature, surface conditions and many more.
Top speed:
200
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0 - 100 kph:
6.3
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Fuel icon Fuel consumption: Fuel consumption is a process of converting chemical potential energy into kinetic energy. The fuel consumption depends on many parameters such as engine, aerodynamics, weight and many more. In general - the more powerful a car is, the more fuel it requires.
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