The Fisker Karma hybrid will emit a Toyota Prius-beating 83g/km of CO2 despite its near-supercar performance, the company has announced.
Pitched at the four-door sports car segment that is soon to be populated by the Aston Rapide and Porsche Panamera, the Karma will also be one of the cleanest cars ever built.
Powered by a 394bhp hybrid motor, the car will hit 60mph in less than six seconds and cruise at its 125mph top speed.
However, it will also beat the Prius’s headline-grabbing 89g/km CO2 figure. A pure-electric range of around 50 miles is predicted.
The Fisker Karma can also reportedly return 100mpg and has a 620-mile range when used in hybrid mode. It makes its German debut at the Frankfurt motor show next week.