Fisker Previews Surf Concept

2011 Frankfurt Auto Show

Fisker releases a teaser image of their upcoming Surf concept that will be unveiled at Frankfurt next week.

Fisker is taking advantage of the buzz going around that their Karma extended range plug-in is finally going on sale. Going into this year's Frankfurt Auto Show, the automaker has just released this teaser image of its Surf concept that will have its initial premiere at the event. Thanks to the continuation of Henrik Fisker's sleek styling, we have no doubt the latest concept will look great, but more importantly, it's meant to show the next phase of the company's product lineup.

With its 'shooting brake' body style and two doors, Fisker obviously sees an opening in this segment (think Ferrari FF). Although the Fisker won't have anything near the FF's performance abilities, the Surf concept will once again feature a plug-in extended range powertrain. And like the Karma, the Surf will likely be both luxurious and quick. If you don't recall, the Karma has 408hp and can go from 0 to 60mph in 5.8 seconds and has a top speed of 125mph. It can also go up to 50 miles using the electric motor alone. More details will be unveiled next week at Frankfurt.

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