The Karma's unique drivetrain comprises a turbocharged 2.0L 4-cylinder to generate power for the car's two electric motors which combine to produce 403 horsepower. But electric motors are known for their strong torque output and the Karma doesn't disappoint, producing 959 foot-pounds of it at zero RPM. The car can run in either "stealth" or "sport" mode, the former using just the electric motors and the latter utilizing the gasoline engine to keep the batteries charged. For short journeys the Karma can simply be left in stealth mode and recharged at home with a standard 110 volt outlet. 6-way power adjustable driver's seat, USB and MP3 capable stereo, dual zone climate control, an auto-dimming mirror, 22-inch wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights and Sirius XM radio. A 10.2-inch touchscreen monitor ensures that the Karma's interior won't be confused with anything else and makes operating many of the dashboard mounted controls no more difficult than using an iPad. A roof-mounted solar panel helps store electricity, but also allows the climate control to run while the car is off. Also included - hands-free voice activated navigation functions, 295 watt 8-speaker unit with a subwoofer. A rear camera is included, as are leather or suede seats, though Fisker is careful to note that the leather is sourced from a 100 percent sustainable facility. Diamond dust paint that uses recycled glass to give it a unique sheen. Safety is provided by eight airbags. Stability control, traction control and ABS are standard. Other safety aids include an automatic battery cut-off function and a small chime emanating from beneath the rear bumper when the vehicle is reversing, a feature that would be unnecessary if electric cars weren't so quiet in their operation.