Not only “normal” cars are treated at Mr CAP. Sometimes the cars run on gas. Sometimes they run on electricity. Sometimes, in the case of the Fisker Karma on the picture, they are hybrids.

The Fisker Karma is a so-called plug-in hybrid, which means that it has a battery that can be charged by connecting a plug to an external power source, while at the same time it can be fueled with gas. The car has a solar paneled roof that can generate electricity for the battery. The Fisker Karma’s top speed is 201 km/h, and it is capable of reaching 97 km/h (from a standstill) in 6.3 seconds.

Whatever car you have – electrical, gas, new, old – there is always a Mr CAP treatment for your car.

The car was manufactured by Fisker Automotive, and was in production between 2011 and 2012. Fisker Automotive then had to stop the development of new cars in 2012 due to a lack of funds, and in 2013 they had to file for bankruptcy. In 2014 the company will be sold to one of two potential buyers, one of the companies has announced that they will restart the development of the Fisker Karma if their bid is accepted.