I don't know about three years, the Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid and Cadillac ELR are similar, both already out in production. Also, the BMW I8 is going to be deliver mid 2014.The saga continues.
Based on my walk of the Geneva auto show last year, I'd say Fisker had three years on the competition.
Some of the articles I read suggest Februaryhttp://www.businessweek.com/ap/2014-01-10/bankruptcy-judge-weighs-future-of-fisker
Wait and see!
Hope this turns out good for current owners.
Anyone an idea how long this auction proces can last?
It is important that it happens quickly
Three year lead is one mans opinion.I don't know about three years, the Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid and Cadillac ELR are similar, both already out in production. Also, the BMW I8 is going to be deliver mid 2014.
The BMW still look like golf cart on steroid .. The panamera is a jokeThree year lead is one mans opinion.
I agree the Volt... err, I mean Cadillac ELR and bloated Jelly Bean... err I mean Panamera are also ahead of the industry. But, walking the floor (I posted pictures of every electric and hybrid available) I just didn't see much I wanted to own. I liked the BMW, but their range is disappointing.
Good looks, decent range, great handling, extended range to provide flexibility in longer trips, well, there just isn't much competition. There is some competition, but what would you trade your Karma for that is still sporty enviro-lux?
My dream is to have Fisker rise again, to support parts, and to have a 80mile battery range available in a few years that I can upgrade to, and keep mine going into the next decade... and if I really want to dream, an option to hit sports mode and get a 0-60 in under 4 seconds. That would make it a "keep forever" car for me.