Fisker Automotive is an automotive company which builds economical sports cars in Anaheim, California of the United States of America. It was founded by Henrik Fisker (a former sports car body designer) and Bernhard Koehler. The company only produced one model, the Fisker Karma before it went bankrupt. The company was later bought out, and began producing a second generation car under the name Karma, and stationed the headquarters in Irvine, California.
Fisker's first car, the Karma (pictured below) is the first ever luxury sports electric car, and is built to be very ecologically-friendly from the motor to the body paint. It is created completely animal-product free, the wood trim is only from naturally-felled or forest fire wood (all varnish-free), and the glitter effect in the "metallic" paint is made from recycled glass powder.