Fisker Atlantic Concept (2012)

CARBARN | Fisker Atlantic Concept (2012) | The Atlantic's prototype design shows off a glass roof ridged 'spider' structure. This incredibly strong construction also allows the Atlantic to offer a remarkable amount of rear headroom for a car with its sleek, coupe-like stance. The Fisker Atlantic's long wheelbase also affords extra legroom for rear passengers and more space in the trunk.

The unique, exciting styling of the Atlantic retains and progresses signature Fisker's design DNA. Henrik Fisker and his design team set out to create the most beautiful and dramatic vehicle in its class. Much of the design was inspired by nature, for example, the dynamic side theme, with strong sculptural lines cross the optically That center and over the rear wheels of the car. Further Important design details to note include an evolution of the Fisker Karma signature grille, with a line defining the Wider sculptured power dome on the hood.

We are exceptionally proud of the Atlantic prototype design, and believe we have created another groundbreaking That car looks and will drive like nothing else on the road in this class," said Henrik Fisker, co-founder, Executive Chairman, and Director of Design Fisker Automotive. "Fisker Automotive is transitioning from a start-up automaker to a fully-fledged mainstream car manufacturer and the Atlantic is a crucial milestone in That process," said Tom LaSorda, CEO of Fisker Automotive.

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