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|06-13-2016 12:54 PM|
|Robotech||Lutz always seems to be around the release of beautiful cars.|
|06-12-2016 09:27 PM|
In related news, the Fisker Karma has been reintroduced as the VFL Automotive; Destino. Powered by the GM LS9 (C6 ZR1) @ $229K.
VLF finally delivers first V8-powered, Karma-based Destino - Autoblog
|06-12-2016 01:20 PM|
|Rusty Boltz||Beautiful car, but trouble prone. The local dealer got stuck with 4 of them when Fisker went belly up. There are about 40 of them for sale on Auto Trader, several with less than 1k miles. Average price is about $55k.|
|06-11-2016 11:00 PM|
To the best of my recollection, Fisker never built a single car at the Wilmington plant, having gone bankrupt before fitting the plant out to build the model they were intending to build there.
|06-11-2016 09:13 PM|
They took over the factory in Delaware. Compared to the Tesla, they are very sexy and it would be nice to have another successful brand.
|06-11-2016 08:58 PM|
|Robotech||Never knew that Elff. They are an amazing looking car. There is one around here in Temecula. I see it around every now and then. Looks like nothing else on the road.|
|06-11-2016 08:54 PM|
You can thank the good ol American government for that disaster. They were forced to use that battery company as a contingent for the funds they received.
It's a shame, that was a really cool looking car and was being built where our kappa's were.
|06-11-2016 03:13 PM|
Old news: 338 of the Fisker Karmas destroyed by Sandy
If you already know about this, please skip to something else. Today was the first time that I read about these Fisker Karmas being destroyed in Superstorm Sandy. The Horribly Ironic Reason Why 338 Fisker Karmas Were Destroyed