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Fisker Karma crowned BBC Top Gear Luxury Car of the Year

The Fisker Karma has been crowned ‘Luxury Car of the Year’ by BBC Top Gear magazine.

Recognised for its interior quality amongst other attributes, the Fisker Karma was BBC Top Gear James May’s personal pick, and heralded by editor Charlie Turner as the car that shows “the future is nothing to be afraid of” and that the “automotive world order is changing, and fast”.

Top Gear is not a medium known for supporting things low carbon and environmentally friendly, as leading green motoring commentator Gavin Conway states in his article on TheChargingPoint.com: “Top Gear is all about powerful, beautiful, exotic, aspirational and fun-to-drive cars. The Karma has all of these features, but it just so happens to drive its wheels with electricity.”

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