This 2012 Fisker Karma EcoSport was purchased new by the current owner and now shows just under 4k miles. Finished in Earth gray over a Monsoon tri-tone leather interior, the car is powered by dual rear-mounted electric motors supplied by a 20.1-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack and a turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec inline-four range-extending engine. Equipment includes the premium audio package, a 10.2″ center touchscreen, eight-way power front seats, dual-zone climate control, and heated front and rear seats. This Karma EcoSport is now offered by the seller on behalf of its owner with service records since new, a window sticker, an accident-free Carfax report, and a clean California title in the current owner’s name.
Designed by Henrik Fisker, the Karma is bodied in aluminum, and this example is finished in Earth gray, which was a $3k option when new. The accompanying Carfax report shows no history of accidents or other damage, and the seller states that the rear bumper has been touched up, although paint chips remain.
Factory 22″ Circuit Blade aluminum wheels wear Goodyear Eagle F1 tires measuring 255/35 up front and 285/35 at the rear. The tires were mounted in spring 2019 according to the seller. Brembo four-wheel disc brakes feature regenerative braking to charge the battery pack, which is also charged via roof-mounted solar panels or by plugging the car into an AC electrical supply. The brake fluid was flushed in 2018.
The Monsoon tri-tone interior was a $2,200 option and features black and tan leather on the seats, door panels, dashboard, steering wheel, and center tunnel. An airbag recall issued in 2017 was recently performed according to the seller, although the included Carfax report pre-dates the work.
Equipment includes a multi-function steering wheel, an eight-speaker premium audio package, a 10.2″ Fisker Command Center touchscreen, eight-way power front seats with lumbar support, dual-zone climate control, and heated seats for all four passengers. The digital odometer shows just under 4k miles.
The series-hybrid drivetrain features a 20.1-kilowatt-hour battery pack that sends power to two rear-mounted 201-horsepower electric motors, which in turn drive the rear wheels through a limited-slip differential. A turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four from General Motors is used as a range extender and supplies power directly to the electric motors when the battery is depleted. A battery update that involved replacing module #14 was performed in November 2018 at Elite Motors OC in Aliso Viejo, California, which also flushed the brake fluid and changed the engine oil as noted on an invoice presented in the photo gallery below.
The recent Carfax report lists no accidents or other damage along with single ownership. The window sticker can be viewed in the gallery and lists a total price of more than $110k. Service records since new reportedly are included in the sale.