Source: Inside Line
quote: It's also ridiculous to compare mpg based on price.
quote: The rest of your post is rubbish, it assumes you can always recharge the Karma and never take long trips.
quote: I don't pay attention to a supposed combined number, I look at city and highway fuel economy. 15 city and 24 highway on a Z06. To me that averages to 19.5.
quote: I'm a redneck flag waving bigoted Neo-Con
quote: In comparison, the 2012 Chevrolet Volt has a price tag of $39,995 and an EPA rating of 60 mpg-e with a 37-mile all-electric range, and 37 mpg with the gasoline engine. The 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In is priced at $32,760 with an expected 87 mpg-e.
quote: The EPA rated the Fisker Karma at 52 mpg-equivalent (mpg-e) for combined city and highway driving. This means 32 miles of all-electric range and 20 mpg when the gasoline engine takes over.
quote: Just the Facts:* The official EPA ratings for the Fisker Karma have been released.* The EPA rated the Fisker at 52 mpg-equivalent (mpg-e) in combined city and highway driving.* This includes 32 miles of all-electric range, and 20 mpg when its gasoline engine/generator kicks in to provide electricity once the car's lithium-ion battery pack is drained.