Green car maker Fisker Automotive has confirmed that it is to launch a second model at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Following in the footsteps of rival Tesla, which is working feverishly to ready its new Model S sedan for a launch next year, Fisker will expand its lineup beyond its $95,000 sports model with the launch of stablemate for the Fisker Karma.
The Fisker Surf concept was formally unveiled September 13 and is an extended-range electric vehicle, powered by batteries but capable of using a small gasoline generator to top up the charge when necessary.
Earlier this week, Fisker signed a deal with BMW to provide the powertrain for another model under development, a larger vehicle currently codenamed Project Nina.
The vehicle will be a mid-size premium sedan using a four-cylinder turbocharged engine supplied by BMW, and is set to be in showrooms around the world by 2013.
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