Revealed as a design prototype at a special VIP preview event the night before the 2012 New York Auto Show press days begin, the Fisker Atlantic design prototype is a luxury four-door sporting sedan with a practical interior. It is aimed at young families who want to drive an impactful, high-end vehicle while making a positive statement about responsibilities - both in terms of their commitment to sustainability and the practicalities of everyday life.

The Atlantic plan model's glass rooftop shows off a furrowed "bug" structure. This extraordinarily solid development likewise permits the Atlantic to offer a surprising measure of back headroom for an auto with its smooth, car like position. This cutting edge methodology satisfies and surpasses all present and future rollover security and accident test prerequisites around the world. The Fisker Atlantic's long wheelbase likewise manages additional legroom for back travelers and more space in the storage compartment. 

The one of a kind, energizing styling of the Atlantic holds and advances Fisker's mark outline DNA. Henrik Fisker and his outline group set out to make the most delightful and sensational vehicle in its class. A great part of the configuration was roused by nature, for instance, the dynamic side subject, with solid sculptural lines that optically traverse the back wheels of the auto. This gives a feeling of force - imitating the position of a wild tiger prepared to jump.

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