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From Fisker regarding the Reveal event on Tuesday, April 3:

Please click on the link below and it will take you directly to the event. Event begins at 8:30 PM EDT on April 3, 2012.
http://live.fiskerautomotive.com
 

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Only 2.5 hours to go!
 

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Looks awesome lets just hope it's not delayed too long my owners are in NYC right now and sending me pictures back
 

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They are trying to get interior shots not sure if they are letting them on the stage.They said the rear seat looks to fold down might be a 60/40 split
 

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Harleyguy said:
They are trying to get interior shots not sure if they are letting them on the stage.They said the rear seat looks to fold down might be a 60/40 split
It looked to me like the battery went down the center just like the Karma, but each individual rear seat could fold forward. Just a guess.
 

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More important they have to get this one right maybe . Maybe what we are learning from the Karma and the mistakes that were done on it won't carry over to the new model my fingers are crossed .
 

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Atlantic pictures are up on the fisker's website. Interesting no interior shots.
We just uploaded them all to the front page of FiskerBuzz.com as well:

http://fiskerbuzz.com/2012/04/fisker-atlantic-officially-revealed-in-new-york.html
 

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Harleyguy said:
More important they have to get this one right maybe . Maybe what we are learning from the Karma and the mistakes that were done on it won't carry over to the new model my fingers are crossed .
With Tom LaSorda at the helm the Atlantic should be a very high quality car when it first ships to customers.
 

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dennis said:
Harleyguy said:
More important they have to get this one right maybe . Maybe what we are learning from the Karma and the mistakes that were done on it won't carry over to the new model my fingers are crossed .
With Tom LaSorda at the helm the Atlantic should be a very high quality car when it first ships to customers.
Plus now that the car is been revealed and the consumers now get too see the pictures of the new car and they know it's going to be built here maybe some of the negative press will turn positive from the pictures that are being sent to me now I think it may look better then the Karma hard to believe LOL
 

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Harleyguy said:
They are trying to get interior shots not sure if they are letting them on the stage.They said the rear seat looks to fold down might be a 60/40 split
Henrik said during his presentation that the seats folded down with a 60/40 split. He said it had much more room because of the "top secret" second generation drivetrain. Of course I'm sure that vehicle doesn't have a drivetrain at the moment.
 

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Right now its 2+2, but there is work ongoing to make it 2+3.
 

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[align=center]Beautiful car , I am really partial to the Karma in looks however. Regardless fisker is blowing away the competition!
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[align=center]Beautiful car , I am really partial to the Karma in looks however. Regardless fisker is blowing away the competition!
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I must admit. When I look at the Atlantic, I have to erase the Karma image in my brain so not to compare. Atlantic is beautiful and stunning on her own. Without a doubt, absolutely, 100%.

However, if I look at the two together. Sorry Atlantic, I like the Karma more. Karma is a piece of art!

But it is not fair to compare apple and orange or two beauties.

I love the Atlantic...my baby. If it has an A123 battery, it is a definite buy. :D:D:D
 

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I'll say the Atlantic is a great looking car - best in class. But here's my quick take - the Karma, looks good in photos, but absolutely STUNNING/DROP DEAD GORGEOUS in person. The Atlantic looks great in photos and the same in person. Maybe its the proportions or the size, but it didn't give me that "oh wow, MUCH better looking in person" feeling that I had with the Karma. It is still absolutely beautiful and I think that beauty is captured well in the photos (unlike the Karma, who's in-person looks can NEVER be fully captured by a photo!).
 
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