Fisker Automotive has had some delays in getting the Karma to market, but during that time the American electric car maker has been busy creating plans for a full lineup of models. Following the Karma will be the Karma S convertible, debuting some time in 2013, followed later that year by the Nina, an entry level model designed to be an affordable electric car.
If you’ve been following the Fisker story, none of this is entirely new to you. But this will be: a Fisker crossover. Yes, according to one report, Henrik Fisker has confirmed a sort of crossover model, which is described as a mix between a sporty estate (read wagon) and an SUV.
It’s being rushed into production as well, and is set to be on sale next year. We’ll get our first look at the new model (likely in concept form) when it debuts at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September. Fisker is reportedly working on an AWD system and this may be the first example we see of it in use.