According to the previously announced roadmap, the Nina I think will have a single electric motor (as opposed to the two in the Karma) in a much smaller form factor. What remains to be understood is how much power this thing will produce and how fast it will be, range, etc.doug said:I'm really curious about the drivetrain packaging. I don't think you could put the Karma drivetrain in there and still have a back seat.
Ah didn't realize it was hidden, thought it was just a 2 door. I wonder if they'll match the wheel colors to the car. Really curious about the performance and space.doug said:hiding the rear door handle makes it look more like a coupe.
I'm optimistic that Fisker has learned a lot about both packaging and EV drivetrain components over the past 4 years and is applying that knowledge to the Nina design.doug said:I'm really curious about the drivetrain packaging. I don't think you could put the Karma drivetrain in there and still have a back seat.
Bison Club? Nilfisk? Did they look up the right Fisker? Or maybe Fisker is branching out into hunting gear and fish oil.SoCalGuy said:So the resourceful folks at Tesla Motors Club have been trying to uncover the name... and it looks like they may have found it. Check out the thread here: http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/6298-Fisker-Nina/page12
...They ran a trademark search for 'Fisker' to see what's been registered (http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield). And low and behold, their guess seems right.
The name will either be: Miramar, Atlantic, Nina, Bison Club or Nilfisk. Likely the one of the first three, would be my guess. Although it is still entirely possible they haven't yet registered the name with the Trademark office.