A few years ago, Fisker announced the Karma would be priced from €78,780 ($101,720) in Europe. Fast forward to today and the car is reportedly going to cost a wallet-busting €101,800 ($131,250) in Germany.

A few years ago, Fisker announced the Karma would be priced from €78,780 ($101,720) in Europe. Fast forward to today and the car is reportedly going to cost a wallet-busting €101,800 ($131,250) in Germany.

While taxes likely play a role in the staggering €23,020 ($29,530) increase, Autobild says there will be two additional variants that cost €111,300 ($143,710) and €117,300 ($151,460).

As we have previously reported, the Karma has a 20 kW lithium-ion battery which powers two electric motors that develop 402 bhp (300 kW / 408 PS) and 959 lb-ft (1,300 Nm) of torque. This enables the sedan to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 6.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 124 mph (200 km/h).

When the battery is depleted, a turbocharged 2.0-liter petrol engine acts as a generator to recharge it. This enables the Karma to travel 51.6 miles (83 km) on electricity alone, have an overall range of 300 miles (483 km), average 112 mpg UK (2.5L/100km) and emit 51 grams of CO2 per kilometer - according to TÜV testing.

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