By Amos Kwon
on 4.4.12
Photo by Fisker

Fresh on the heels of not-so-great news about reliability issues of the Fisker Karma comes some really good news from New York via the all-new Fisker Atlantic. Like a Karma that’s been tossed in a huge dryer set on high, the Atlantic is an electric plug in for the rest of us (mostly) that also makes use of a BMW sourced four cylinder gas engine to boost the range of the vehicle. At a reasonable $45K, the Atlantic has high hopes resting on it to serve as an environmental and unique alternative to mid-luxury vehicles. We’d have to say that this near-production model is quite the looker, with beautifully contoured headlights and taillights, some great character lines in the body, a long and lean hood and the signature Fisker wide moustache grille. Fisker says they will surely build it, though no details on a production date have been disclosed. Our hopes ride with them and we certainly don’t want to see photos of the Atlantic on a flatbed tow truck.

More photos after the jump.

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