Few automakers have been able to make a strong showing in the world of plug-in hybrids. While Telsa remains at the top of the game, Fisher Karma is another vehicle type that is produced by Fisker Automotive. It is based out of Finland, and while there are not many vehicles brought over to the US from Finland, The 2009 Fisker Karma Q-Drive does have one of the best fuel economies in the United States at a city/highway estimated 52 miles per gallon.
The 2009 Fisker Karma Q-Drive is a full size luxury sedan with four-doors, a front engine and rear wheel drive. However, those who are looking for the 2009 variation of the vehicle might run into some trouble. The company itself filed for bankruptcy in 2013, and soon after the Fisker Automotive company was purchased by Wanxiang, which is a Chinese company. Since the acquisition by the Chinese company, the brand has since stated it is going to come out with a new production model sometime in 2015, although no word on when the new vehicle is going to hit the road has been announced yet, but it is estimated the vehicle is going to go for around $135,000.