Fisker is trying its best to supply consumers with what they need, rather than making random cars from which consumers can choose from. After the successful saga of their Karma, the company is now busy giving final touches to their new Nina. The Fisker Nina is expected to make its debut at the upcoming New York Auto Show.
We now have a latest teaser of the car. As far as the teaser image is considered, it is just a couple of lines drawn to make the world suspicious of how Nina will look like.
From the image, it may be inferred this car will probably be having an aerodynamic design akin to the BMW 5 series. Of course, the Nina is a family car and the interiors will be tuned to provide the whole family with comfort and protection.
Fisker Automotive anticipates Project Nina will ultimately create or support 2,000 factory jobs and more than 3,000 vendor and supplier jobs by 2014, as production ramps up to full capacity of 75,000-100,000 vehicles per year. More than half will be exported, the largest percentage of any domestic manufacturer.
Fisker Automotive is holding a special event ahead of the New York Auto Show to share with media, retailers and the public a business update and give a glimpse of the future of their company.
Unlike the Fisker Karma Plug-in Series Hybrid, which uses a General-Motors sourced gasoline range-extending engine, the drivetrain in Project Nina will make use of a BMW-sourced four-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine.
Just like the Fisker Karma all Project Nina cars will still operate as plug-in series hybrids, meaning there will be no mechanical connection between the gasoline engine and the wheels.